Donate using PayPal

Tags: cambridge

You may also be interested in the automatic categorisation listings and themed galleries.

This listing only shows photos within Cambridge.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Pony and trap on Mill Road.

EDMUND DE WAAL art submerged beneath the ground at the Alison Richard building, University of Cambridge http://arbart.crassh.cam.ac.uk/dewaal/

EDMUND DE WAAL art submerged beneath the ground at the Alison Richard building, University of Cambridge http://arbart.crassh.cam.ac.uk/dewaal/

Cycle themed bar at The Orator, at the Cambridge Union.

Silly arrangement of 2 bollards, 3 gaps, on link to Fen Road

Improved access to Fen Road from the towpath in Chesterton. But as others have pointed out (see #173887) the bollard arrangement is problematic. The gaps at the side are too narrow to use safely hence everyone has to go through the middl ... [more]

Racks overflowing with bikes, early September 2021

This section of the Chisholm Trail is built on a bed of gravel that is designed both to protect tree roots and the path from the roots causing ridges on the path. Only along a short stretch where trees grow on this side of the brook.

Mill Road bridge, the bus gate marking has been replaced overnight with a 20mph roundel and there’s ahead only at Devonshire Road.

Mill Road bridge, the bus gate marking has been replaced overnight with a 20mph roundel.

These double tier racks have gas springs to help lift the bike but are hard to press down. Lower racks are unusable, safely because of the risk of banging your head on the upper part.

Another useless attempt to stop oversize vehicles from slamming into the railway bridge. It’s aimed at preventing a bridge strike as seen in #154713 but is doomed to being as useless as the bells were in #54344. If you don’t belie ... [more]

A small section of barrier added to the post at this cattle grid to stop the cows cutting across the corner as in #172828.

A large van does just fit into the marked bay, but this happens rarely.

A cow sneaks across a cattle grid.

Stop me and buy one in Gwydir Street, Cambridge https://www.instagram.com/cambridge_craft_lollies/

Impressive number of escooters by this bus stop on Mill Road.

Full width dark speed hump.

Lost 🐈‍⬛ Have you seen it? £300 for the painting!

Designated Picnic Area in the service road behind Mill Road's 'Broadway'.

Need for racks in Great Eastern Street.

Bunting in Bridge Street

Girton Youth Project’s graffiti promises a brighter future for walls and people. There are some useable racks here, and some poor ones, see #172429.

Bicycles face the rack at Woodlands Surgery. Better racks are nearby at #172430.

This section of the widened path across Coldhams Common is now open.

Voi escooters and ebikes in Ditton Walk, Cambridge

Robot outside the Empress pub, Cambridge See #172332 www.robotdelivery.co.uk

Robot delivery in St Philip’s Road, Romsey, Cambridge

Informal parking on Mill Road, now there is no traffic to block

A nice feature on the cycle route from Cherry Hinton to Cambridge

Missing sign - the cycle route to central Cambridge turns right here.

This is crazy - telling cyclists to turn right across the Cambridge ring road, rather than using the light-controlled crossing at the Mill Road junction.

Very faded cycle symbol, leading directly to a large tree.

This is crazy - telling cyclists to turn right across the Cambridge ring road, rather than using the light-controlled crossing at the Mill Road junction.

After how many months? - still no indication that Mill Road bridge is open, except to motor vehicles.

Voi scooters and bikes have reached Cherry Hinton

The cycle route from Fulbourn to Cambridge crosses the road here, but there's absolutely no signage.

The cycle route to Fulbourn crosses the road here, but there's absolutely no signage.

The new crossings at the Robin Hood junction are pedestrian-only, largely because so little space has been provided in the middle. Single-stage crossings would have been fine for cycling.

The new crossings at the Robin Hood junction are pedestrian-only, largely because so little space has been provided in the middle. Single-stage crossings would have been fine for cycling.

Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway sign and a protected transition to the on-road cycle lane.

Another Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway sign - but the shared-use path definitely continues for a while around the corner to the left.

Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway sign approaching the new Robin Hood junction - a cycle symbol and arrow on the ground would help.

There's a shared-use route on the far side of the road, but the route from the Robin Hood junction on this side just seems to vaporise.

It's not clear what happens here to the new shared-use path from the Robin Hood junction.

Cycle parking on this side only, but not interfering with the cars, of course.

Link to the Fulbourn Road service road - not needed much now that there's a segregated cycleway on Fulbourn Road.

Three cyclists (two separate groups) oblivious of the wide new cycleway.

Single-stage toucan crossing linking to the cycle route to Mallets Road

Just another car-focussed housing development.

No Cycling sign, and no dropped kerb - but there's nothing at the far end to say cycling isn't allowed.

The pram handles have gone, and now there's a DIY No Motorcycles sign.

Permeability, of a sort - there's a link from the new housing development but only to the pedestrian route. There should be a gap in the barrier to the cycle route.

Crossing to the cycle route to Mallets Road - unlike the new crossings at the Robin Hood junction, this is a clear single-stage cycle crossing.

Just another car-focussed housing development.

I don't know what the shared-use sign refers to - the red route should really be cycles only and in the other direction.

Shouldn't there be fines for drivers of cars which are too wide for their parking spaces?

There's a clear need to take a car-parking space to provide cycle parking for the Hills Road Co-op.

Anglia Ruskin University cycle cull notice

@camcycle Tenison Road now. The message about that signage still not getting through to contractors https://t.co/x2ok5nDNJX

Bad pothole on Tennis Court Road

New cycleway now in use, supposedly.

The blue and white contraflow sign is the wrong way round, and Except Cycles plates are needed on the red and white signs. Hardly the first time they've got it wrong on Histon Road.

New slip lanes taking shape at the Histon Road/Gilbert Road junction

New slip lanes taking shape at the Histon Road/Gilbert Road junction

The Histon Road/Canterbury Street junction, which one local driver is struggling to find because the double yellow lines continue down the road.

Advisory cycle lanes - because of course people have to be able to drive to get their Sunday croissants. So much effort and disruption to produce so little improvement.

“Abandoned Bike” will be removed in 14 days time.

The start of a cut-through I didn't know about in central Cambridge - the gates seem to be either open or unlocked.

The end of a cut-through I didn't know about in central Cambridge - the gates seem to be either open or unlocked.

All kinds of cycle stands at Cosin Court, Cambridge

Believe it or not, this is active cycle parking and the bikes are not wrecks.

Modal filter and cut-through between Trumpington St and Tennis Court Road (to the right)

Rising bollards at the start of a cut-through I didn't know about in central Cambridge.

Yet again, someone has had a brilliantly original idea for free advertising, in a rather anti-social location. How long will it last?

Problems with the school run, I suspect.

Parking without blocking access to front doors.

Parking without blocking access to front doors.

Parking without blocking access to front doors.

Except Cycles plates have at last reappeared about a year and after I reported they were missing. See #137443.

One arm of this route sign is totally missing.

The south end of Histon Road, currently with the left-turn lane closed and cones partially blocking the southbound exit (currently for cycles only).

Histon Road, now with two wider cycle lanes and a carriageway without a centre line.

One sign with an Except Cycles plate, one without - and a car parked but leaving the (temporarily) contraflow cycle lane open.

More confusion - the yellow and black signs are correct, the road is currently northbound only for motor vehicles, so the blue and white sign is the wrong way round.

What cyclists? Northbound cyclists will be on the other side of the road.

A letter to Newnham residents from the Lib Den councillors - the petition against removing car parking at the start of Grantchester Meadows will be considered by the county council, so there will be no changes before 27 July.

Dreadful stretch of cycle lane - but as long as there are plans to remodel this part of East Road I don't suppose it'll be fixed.

Routine car storage on double-yellow lines on this dedicated cycle link around the Grafton Centre. Admittedly there’s enough space to pass (one way at a time) so you’d have to win that argument with an unsympathetic councillor. It’s p ... [more]

Car parking at the north end of Grantchester Meadows, proposed for closure - since the introduction of parking restrictions in Newnham Croft, and the growth in van-living, the numbers of vehicles here have gone up. There's a clear need for ... [more]

Car parking at the north end of Grantchester Meadows, proposed for closure - it used to be that the road surface was terrible here, and that vehicles tended to only park at the far end - but since the introduction of parking restrictions in ... [more]

Notice of the county council's plans to close the car parking at the north end of Grantchester Meadows, and a petition against it.

Imaginative redecoration of a bollard in Sedgwick Street, Cambridge.

I haven't noticed elsewhere this bollard treatment for cycle lane behind bus stop

Redmac for the cycle lane past the bus stop is now finished

A challenging place to ride! It’s impossible on this bike to go further because the width becomes narrower than the handlebars. It’s not a cycle route but a gap between a building and a wall.

At last, some actual cycle stands at Cambridge Rugby Club - see #38282 and #73767

Cycle Planter parking

There's always been a rough surface here (a busy route for cyclists to the West Cambridge site, less so for cars) - but it's really breaking up now.

Information on the Aurrigo autonomous vehicle trails on the West Cambridge site

We welcome your feedback, especially to report bugs or give us route feedback.

My comments relate to: *






Your comments: *
URL of page: * https://cambridge.cyclestreets.net/photomap/tags/cambridge/
How did you find out about CycleStreets?:
Your name:
Our ref: Please leave blank - anti-spam measure

* Items marked with an asterisk [*] are required fields and must be fully completed.