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Messy bike parking - the white bike looks like it has been used once and has been abandoned on these racks for about three weeks. For more info see: https://www.camcycle.org.uk/newsletters/145/nl145.pdf Page 22

Cycle parking at Ronald Rolph court, an area of small businesses.

Chisholm Trail construction

Engineering department cycle parking.

Engineering department cycle parking.

Four cycle parking spaces on two nappy pin racks at the back of an hotel in Chesterton.

The works to upgrade paths on Parker’s Piece look very incomplete.

Hatching on Station Road warning of potential dooring.

The gap is exactly 1.5 metres between the edge of the barrier and the base of the bollard.

Cyclists burn off the frost early on the Riverside bridge, Cambridge.

A small amount of cycle parking at the North Pole temporary ice rink on Parker’s Piece.

The Coton path, which is useful but too narrow.

Fabulously energetic campaign firmly opposing buses on Adams Road, Cambridge. Those links: W chng.it/2KDZGNxMYq 🐦@SaveCycleRoute https://twitter.com/SaveCycleRoute F Save Your Cycle Route https://www.facebook.com/saveyourcyc ... [more]

Cycle parking (nappy pin style) and bollards outside Hurst Park dental practice.

Pedestrians squeeze through the bollards restricted by pram arms on the left, and a much improved cycle route on the right.

Much improved route from the end of Leys Avenue into the Arbury Court area.

Improved shared use path compared to 16 years previously: #4117.

Cambridge Station square as viewed from the first floor of the hotel cafe complex.

Another Cyclists Dismount sign on Station Road, Cambridge - not currently operational, of course.

Cyclists Dismount sign - presumably because cars might be moving....

Welcome resurfacing at the entry to Cambridge's main cycle park.

The cycle maps in Cambridge's main cycle park are dated 2008. I'm sure it was agreed that City Rangers would post new maps when they were published by the council, but that seems to have fallen through the cracks.

No idea what this sign is doing here - as the painted marking makes clear, this is a shared-use cycle route.

Short-term/visitors' parking, presumably, at the new St Edmund's College student accommodation.

Cycle parking at new St Edmund's College student accommodation.

Bikes on the footway.

Bikes on the footway.

Improvised cycle parking outside a bakery in Newnham.

When I think that a bike left for weeks at these racks has been abandoned then I turn it upside down. This was a Raleigh Chiltern, worth around £70: http://findthatbike.co.uk/search.php?searching=yes&s=chiltern

Senate Passage Location: Cambridge, Cambridge District (England, UK) Cambridge

Street cycle parking on the footway of Sedgwick Street.

Cutting back vegetation about a year after a rider was killed on this stretch of the busway cycleway.

Covered cycle parking at a new development.

Cargo bike in Thoday Street.

Fixie Location: Cambridge, Cambridge District (England, UK) outside Corpus Christi College

No longer just a footpath - this should be signed as a route from central Trumpington to the busway and Addenbrooke's

A few stands quite a way from the new Royal Papworth Hospital

The cycle stands at the new Royal Papworth Hospital are almost full already.

Just put up a sign on an inadequate footpath and call it shared-use ?

The cycle stands at the new Royal Papworth Hospital are almost full already.

If cyclists could be encouraged to go via the private Latham Close it might do something to alleviate the notorious peak cycle jams at the Brooklands Avenue/Trumpington Road crossing.

If an Except Cyclists plate could be added here (via the private Latham Close) it might do something to alleviate the notorious peak cycle jams at the Brooklands Avenue/Trumpington Road crossing.

Sheep's Green Bridge, Cambridge - a few boards have been replaced

The link from New Bit to the Perse Girls School playing fields and Latham Road has been surfaced and greatly improved.

The link from New Bit to the Perse Girls School playing fields and Latham Road has been surfaced and greatly improved.

Two sets of cycle stands in this tiny new development.

Blazing vine Location: , Cambridge District (England, UK) England can't compete with New England's autumn colours but all around Cambridge the vines are catching fire. Most of them are on venerable college buildings, but this beauty i ... [more]

BUSWAY CHAOS - FIGHT BACK Energetic campaign about resisting conversion of this very busy cycle route into a busway. Those links: W chng.it/2KDZGNxMYq 🐦@SaveCycleRoute https://twitter.com/SaveCycleRoute F Save Your Cycle ... [more]

Regent Street, Cambridge

Regent Street, Cambridge

These racks are very heavily used and in their desperate need to park securely the bikes are being moved so that more bikes can be attached. The result looks very untidy and is not a great advertisement for more racks, which is what is real ... [more]

An Extinction Rebellion ride heads towards Mill Road from the starting point on Parker's Piece, see #110722.

The narrow snakey path.

The narrow Snakey Path.

An Extinction Rebellion ride along Gwydir Street.

Shame on the Addenbrooke's site - instead of providing plenty of cycle parking at the new developments here, visitors are having to find places like this to leave their bikes. This is some distance from the main buildings, and provides none ... [more]

A few racks near the main entrance to the Royal Papworth hospital, good but many more needed.

A few racks near the main entrance to the Royal Papworth hospital, good but many more needed.

A cycle repair workshop on the Addenbrooke's site. Tel: 07414113948 www.campuscyclehub.co.uk (went thru to a domain hosting site when checked on 14 Oct 2019)

Cycle parking area at Addenbrooke's that requires access pass to use. Quite full but not crammed full like everywhere else on site.

Cycle racks at Addenbrooke's crammed full as usual.

Baldock Road: Keeping the verges clear of stored motor vehicles using a physical barrier.

Rock Road library

A Cambridge cycle tour in progress - pausing outside St John's college.

The Sheep's Green bridges were closed for a couple of days for maintenance and the only result that I can see is that the ramp to this bridge has been smoothed out.

The Sheep's Green cycle bridges were closed for a couple of days for fairly minor maintenance.

Shared-use route to Reality Checkpoint resurfaced with useful geotextile buffer strips alongside.

Full for an event at Kettle's Yard.

Turning right from the ring road into Mill Road.

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

Walkers 🤗

Battered railings encroaching further into a narrow shared path. Why exactly are they needed? The next crossing does not have railings.

This was already a very tight and awkward gap to negotiate. Knuckle crusher rails were installed last year to punish anybody who didn't get their alignment quite right. This bollard has now been added to make it even more difficult and make ... [more]

This was already a very tight and awkward gap to negotiate. Knuckle crusher rails were installed last year to punish anybody who didn't get their alignment quite right. This bollard has now been added to make it even more difficult and make ... [more]

The potholed and flooded route to Grantchester. It doesn't get better.

Exctinction Rebellion critical mass ride

Vital footway space taken by bikes and cars.

I applaud the Newnham Bakery taking over a parking space for cycle parking, but I wish they'd installed stands which actually support bikes - it's not that well used as a result.

Display of bikes by Mike Burrows and others at the Cambridge Museum of Technology for the Exploring the Science and Technology of Cycling day in the Cambridge Festival of Cycling.

Parking on the railings and substitute Camcycle stall bike at the Cambridge Museum of Technology for the Exploring the Science and Technology of Cycling day in the Cambridge Festival of Cycling.

Reasonably well signed roadworks on Station Road, Cambridge

The new northbound segregated cycleway along Green End Road starts at this mini-roundabout.

New segregated cycleway on Green End Road - the slight narrowings at the zebras are a bit annoying.

There's a telecoms van beyond the End of Road Works sign, but no reason for this stretch of cycle lane to be closed.

Good practice - but it was hard to see why the cycle lane had to be closed.

Construction site for the Abbey-Chesterton bridge on the Chisholm Trail (and a train from Cambridge North to London)

Lensfield Road is always in terrible condition.

Two stands outside the butchers shop and temporary stands in the road.

Mill Road bridge may be open again, but the gas work continues. If the delivery van wasn't there bikes would only have to be wheeled a short distance.

Optimistic sign saying that these new cycle stands are not for the use of rail travellers. I'm afraid that train has already departed...

The stands at the front of the building are finally in use, but not these ones on the side.

Last evening of the Romsey Parklet on Mill Road, Cambridge.

An Extinction Rebellion critical mass style ride.

An Extinction Rebellion critical mass style ride assembling at Reality Checkpoint.

Chisholm Trail route under construction between Newmarket Road and Ditton Meadows.

Ditton Meadows - this route is closed for construction of the bridge.

Footbridge on Ditton Meadows. The gravel recently added here helps access a little.

Gravel has been added to both sides of this footbridge which makes access a little easier.

This route across the railway footbridge remains open, but is briefly closed to allow heavy plant and other construction vehicles to cross.

Photo taken thru the Heras fencing - the jetty surface and railing have been removed.

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