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Not a lot of cycle parking at the new entry building for Newnham College.

This may be a new segregated link.

Bollards on St. Mary’s Street

Despite the hot dry summer (or maybe because of it?) these roots are getting worse for cyclists.

Delivery van blocking the mandatory cycle lane.

No Overtaking Cyclists past these roadworks - which were cleared away by 1.30pm on a Friday.

Privatisation of the pavement/footway - no concern for the crowds heading to and from the station.

Cyclist killed on busway https://twitter.com/RailfutureEA/status/1040316075949346816 https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-45514309 https://www.cambs.police.uk/news-and-appeals/Appeal-fatal-collision We are appealin ... [more]

Bike used to advertise bookshop.

This bit of the development only leads to the cycleway and so it appears the speed bump has been specifically put there to slow down cyclists. See #102123.

Hump and wheelbenders First time I've seen these humps, they weren't there at #93924.

Still closed more than a year after a bus crashed into here, see #90792

Intermittent cycle parking PLEASE NOTE (bold capitals, the rest is capitals too but too painful for me to do that to you) The users of this bicycle rack do so at their own risk. The management will not accept liability for accidents, da ... [more]

Progress on the development of this street corner with the appearance of four more racks, which with the two shown at #101933 make a total of 12 cycle parking spaces.

Work in progress on this corner of Cavendish Road / Mill Road.

Rant at ‘cyclists’ who are ‘blocking’ the ‘entire pavement’ and a request to use racks 300 yards away. The challenge here is to change some of the residents' parking spaces to accommodate cycles.

Rant at ‘cyclists’ who are ‘blocking’ the ‘entire pavement’ and a request to use racks 300 yards away. The challenge here is to change some of the residents' parking spaces to accommodate cycles. See detail of the poster a ... [more]

University Hotel bikes trapped underground.

The Alison Richard building. Same five years earlier #91977.

A Gormley on the Sedgwick site.

Hotel Bikes Brakes needed tightening on these two when I tried them the levers went all the way back against the handlebars. Also there were signs asking people to 'refrain' from attaching their bikes to the nearby railings.

Removal of bike parking here - but apparently to be replaced with 12 spaces. https://www.cambridge.gov.uk/cavendish-road-public-art-consultation https://camcycle.cyclescape.org/threads/2818 These racks originally replaced 3 spaces ... [more]

One of the bikes from Cambridge's infamous 1993 Green bike scheme on display at the Folk Museum. See also #101287. http://www.iankitching.me.uk/history/cam/old/green-bike.html The sticker on the bike reads: CAMBRIDGE COMMUNITY BIK ... [more]

Godmanchester Turnpike Road Ends Here ☞ ↑ To the Horse-shoe Corner Godmanchester ☞ 14 Miles 4 Furlongs

Work stand at University of Cambridge’s Park and Cycle site.

Cambridge CyclePoint - a.k.a "Cycle what's the point"

The ongoing struggle to stop commuters and language students from using workplace cycle parking (NB at 19.30).

Cavendish Road Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 1.75m Pavement 1.10m On carriageway car storage (full bay width 1.9m overhanging footway by 0.80m) 2.95m Available carriageway between car storage areas 1.80m O ... [more]

Mill Road bridge Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 2.30m Extra width by bins and bench 1.50m Pavement 3.05m Westbound Carriageway 3.05m Eastbound Carriageway 1.65m Pavement 9.25m Total 11.55m Total includ ... [more]

St. Philip's Road Outside house 64c Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 1.55m Pavement 3.00m Westbound Carriageway 2.80m Eastbound Carriageway 1.75m Pavement 9.10m Total 5.80m Total carriageway 1.5m Cy ... [more]

Sign trying to keep cycle parking opposite Cambridge station free for retail customers (and overnight) - it mentions the covered cycle park but should give better directions, as the people wanting to leave their bikes here are probably the ... [more]

Poorly parked cycles combined with the camber of the buildout means these bikes have spread onto the footway. The look untidy and cause an obstruction.

Hills Road

Crammed in!

This is what Mill Road looks like when England are playing a knock-out game in the World Cup finals - no motor vehicles, a few cyclists - but it could be like this all the time with a closure near the railway bridge.

This is what Mill Road looks like when England are playing a knock-out game in the World Cup finals - no motor vehicles, a few cyclists - but it could be like this all the time with a closure near the railway bridge.

New infill housing development off Mill Road, Cambridge - they seem to have car spaces and bin stores but there's no sign of cycle parking.

Rising bollards at entry to new infill housing development with no cycle parking visible.

Student accommodation by the new Cambridge mosque - does anyone really think this will be enough cycle parking?

Congestion Charging is coming to Cambridge - or at least to its car parks.

I've never seen it so bad here - at least 14 selfish drivers blocking the passing places, lots of reversing and waiting when cars were trying to come in and out. It's more important as a cycle route, in theory.

Cambridge Rules 1848 Sculpture. Parker's Piece The rules of football were first written down in Cambridge in 1848. This new sculpture was unveiled in May 2018 to commemorate the event. It is inscribed with the rules in many different ... [more]

Parker's Piece and its lamp posts. Nice path although too narrow.

Jesus Green People path

Not a clever installation of this bike hangar, or perhaps not a clever place to allow a motor vehicle to park.

New Museums Site cycle parking double decker racks, some in a gated access area. See also #2553.

Five years after installation some of the wheel grippers on these stands have been vandalized and the only one that is still intact is where the bike is in the up position.

Looks like Mobike has landed in Cambridge. Have they agreed to the code of practice or will there be a mass dump of bikes?

'The Metaphysical Cyclist' - actually a tour of Cambridge's public art by former Young British Artist Gavin Tiurk

Along the Cam path Midsummer Common

Is that it? One Sheffield stand at these new flats on Devonshire Rd, Cambridge.

Two Sheffield stands at this new Darwin College development, which don't seem to get much use - but at least no-one is parking a car here either.

Sadly predictable - Darwin College built accommodation with no easily accessible cycle parking, so bikes are chained to the fence outside.

Green’s Road

Victoria (car) Park

Garden Walk at the point where parking changes from on the right to on the left.

Metcalfe Road Double-yellow lines are proposed for the right-hand side of the road from here to about that white van.

Courtney Way

Gurney Way

Gurney Way

Ascham Road

Broken bollard

New cycle contraflow

New bike shop, Mill Road (personally I'm not sure about the quotation in the window - surely it's not really necessary in Cambridge to point out that cycling is not the problem?)

A gauntlet of bikes at Calverley's Brewery

It's not a bike stand, but it'll do for now.

Alternating shared-use and segregated cycleway signs - needless legalistic confusion.

Access to residential blocks, Eddington

Sign for short shared-use section on segregated cyclway - needless confusion.

Cycleway and parking, Eddington

Crossing to the Ridgeway, Eddington (and Ofo bike)

Cycleway by Turing Way, Eddington

There's a residents' parking scheme coming, and people are creating off-road car-storage spaces to avoid paying £52 a year.

There's a residents' parking scheme coming, and people are creating off-road car-storage spaces to avoid paying £52 a year.

Thoday Street contraflow cycle lane now marked.

Mill Road junction with Hemingford Road and Coleridge Road.

Clare delighted that at last she can ride both ways in the street where she's been working for the last 30+ years.

A remarkably solid bike for a trip to the university library

At Guildhall with #ReachRide returners.

Christ's Pieces Location: , Cambridge (England, United Kingdom) Cycling signed as not permitted on Christ's Pieces but restrictions are widely disregarded away from the main path, without causing any apparent problems.

Never enough cycle parking at Addenbrooke's.

The cycleway gives way to a disused gateway.

I reported a pothole here in 2016 (#85820). It's got worse. Much worse.

I reported a pothole here in 2016 (#85820). It's got worse. Much worse.

Belatedly, there's a sign to make clear the new arrangement for cycling towards Addenbrooke's.

The other end of Bermuda Terrace (slightly odd that it's not been photographed before)

New contraflow cycling markings on Union Road, Cambridge.

Is this a new sign over-ruling the No Entry marking because the road is now two-way for cycling? Very unclear.

There's no cycle contraflow on most of Coronation St - the new arrow may be to over-rule the No Entry marking to the right on Panton St because the road is now two-way for cycling? Very unclear.

The far western end of Coronation St is now two-way for cycling - improving connections to the new crossing to the fens and Newnham.

New contraflow markings on Norwich Street, Cambridge

New contraflow signage on Norwich Street, Cambridge

New contraflow markings on Norwich Street, Cambridge

The contraflow cycle lane flooded as soon as it opened, and it's still flooding.

Road to allotments

Allotments

Romsey Road

Hemingford Road

Hemingford Road

Two way cycling now allowed on Union Road in Cambridge - handy! https://t.co/opxnoLhquP

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