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Colourful lighting at Riverside Bridge.

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

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.

See http://radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/08/pleasant-circular-route-round-cambridge.html for a video of riding around a pleasant little ride around Cambridge on good infra, not so good infra, and quiet roads. Just enjoy!

See video (with music!) at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AXcNRxQLwI

Cyclist on Riverside Bridge in East Chesterton. See short videos of the morning rush:http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See short videos of Cambridge's morning rush: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists during the school run on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See short videos of Cambridge's morning rush: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclist during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge.

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. The ramps to the bridge are 4m wide, colour segregated into a 1.5m footlane and a 2.5m wide redmac cyclelane. For comparison, Green Dragon ... [more]

The ramps to Riverside Bridge are 4m wide, colour segregated into a 1.5m footlane and a 2.5m wide redmac cyclelane. For comparison, Green Dragon Bridge is 2.6m narrow . See short videos of the morning rush: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid . The ramps to the bridge are 4m wide, colour segregated into a 1.5m footlane and a 2.5m wid ... [more]

Cyclists walking their bikes up Riverside Bridge and across the river. Some algae has built up on the bridge's clear white surfaces.

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See short videos of the morning rush in Cambridge: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid . The ramps to the bridge are 4m wide, colour segregated into a 1.5m footlane and a 2.5m wid ... [more]

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Female cyclist in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See short videos of Cambridge's morning rush: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists on Riverside Bridge against the morning sun. The ramps to the bridge are 4m wide, colour segregated into a 1.5m footlane and a 2.5m wide redmac cyclelane. For comparison, Green Dragon Bridge is 2.6m narrow.

Male cyclists in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. The ramps to the bridge are 4m wide, colour segregated into a 1.5m footlane and a 2.5m wide redmac cyclelane. For comparison, Green Dragon ... [more]

Male cyclist in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge.

Cyclists in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge connecting Abbey with East Chesterton in Cambridge. See short videos of Cambridge's morning rush: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Female cyclists in the morning rush in Cambridge.

Everyday cycling in East Chesterton, Cambridge.

Cyclists in East Chesterton. See short videos of Cambridge's morning rush: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists in the morning rush in East Chesterton, Cambridge.

Cyclist on Riverside Bridge.

Cycleway over the river Cam between East Chesterton and Abbey.

Riverside Bridge, the newest bridge crossing the river Cam in Cambridge.

The morning rush in Cambridge. See also in short videos: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists on Riverside Bridge in East Chesterton.

The morning rush on Riverside Bridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Measurements of the width of the ramp leading onto Riverside Bridge in Cambridge. The ramp is 4m wide kerb to kerb, segregated into a 2.50m redmac two-way cycleway and a 1.50m footway. The usable width is reduced by at least 10cm each side ... [more]

Finally! - after 18 months of drip drip drip campaigning (see #37689), an indication that the National Cycle Network route is not actually a dead end for cyclists. Only on one of the two dead-end signs, but thanks to Sustrans for getting so ... [more]

Finally! - after 18 months of drip drip drip campaigning (see #37689), an indication that the National Cycle Network route is not actually a dead end for cyclists. Only on one of the two dead-end signs, but thanks to Sustrans for getting so ... [more]

Clearly plenty of local cyclists are following the riverside route, but how would anyone following the National Cycle Network know that this is actually a through route? (Sustrans and the county council have been told about this often enoug ... [more]

Why does the county council take so long to sort out glaring errors? Two Give Way lines causing confusion, and no Except Cycles plates on the Dead End signs - on a National Cycle Route!

Bizarre dual Give Way lines - so who does have priority? (Presumably it should be cyclists along Riverside)

steady as she goes... arctic conditions on Riverside

Very icy. Riverside.

Ski ramp

Riverside in the ice and snow

Along the riverbank

A place to meet and chat

Blind corner

Blind corner

The bridge has separate crossings for cyclists and pedestrians. Whether peds will not choose to walk on the 'cycle' side remains to be seen.

Opening of the Riverside bridge - Simon Nuttall on the Cycling Campaign's stall bike passing the historic cyclists group (for some reason they couldn't ride up the slope...)

Official opening of the Riverside bridge by John Grimshaw, retiring director of Sustrans (in green jacket, under the column) - Clare Rankin (Cambridge City Council) on left, Simon Nuttall (Cambridge Cycling Campaign) right.

The first cyclist to officially actually ride onto the Riverside bridge.

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