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This listing only shows photos within Cambridge.
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Yellow bike well secured to the church railings.

Electronic sign informing drivers "Mill Road bus gate enforcement camera in operation".

How many of you had noticed there were at least 4 bikes painted on this wall? I hadn't. May try for a better photo when lockdown is over. Hard to get a good picture of this wall through the railings.

Not far from Ludwig Wittgenstein's grave is that of Arthur Stanley Eddington, who devised the Eddington numbers - the number of protons in the observable universe, and the maximum number E such that a cyclist has cycled E miles on E days.

Installing a new link to join into the busway junction

The Bikeman adbike

Hand tally counter used for counting traffic.

Hand tally counter used for counting traffic.

Ironworks - new housing estate being built at the site of the old Mill Road Depot. Scandalously, this will not be a low-car development.

Table bicycle

Two's company Trumpington Street, Cambridge

Van parked on a contraflow cycle lane outside Revolution bar on Downing Street.

Van parked on a contraflow cycle lane outside Revolution bar on Downing Street.

Two vans parked on a contraflow cycle lane outside Revolution bar on Downing Street.

Van parked on a contraflow cycle lane outside Revolution bar on Downing Street.

Unofficial 20 mph signs have been screwed to a telegraph pole and a tree on Thoday Street outside the pub. Is it related to #107294 I wonder?

Van parked on a contraflow cycle lane outside Revolution bar on Downing Street.

Van parked on a contraflow cycle lane outside Revolution bar on Downing Street.

The new Astra-Zeneca building and a large area of disused car parking.

Car parked on a contraflow cycle lane outside Revolution bar on Downing Street.

Van parked on a contraflow cycle lane outside Revolution bar on Downing Street.

Van parked on a contraflow cycle lane outside Revolution bar on Downing Street.

Van blocking the contraflow cycle lane

Bike used to advertise bookshop.

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.

Can a landowner legally threaten to remove a bike on the public highway, locked to their railing?

Delivery truck parked on contraflow cycle lane

New pub, Old Ticket Office, at the station ‘square’ at Cambridge Station

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]

A remarkably solid bike for a trip to the university library

I just came across this map of the routes I cycled around my school in the 1970s - happy days!

Parkers Piece Location: , Cambridge (England, United Kingdom) A very soggy commute

Load em up Bakfeits Cambridge Market

Wintry commute Sheeps Green

Builders going to work by bike? Only in Cambridge!

Cambridge City Council seems to have updated its trike - www.camcycle.org.uk/newsletters/87/article7.html

This used to be thick with trees but also a fairly awful / steep path link that the college decided it had to make worse with chicanes & a cyclists dismount sign. Unsure what's up, but it's all gone now (the sign has since been removed e ... [more]

Cambridge in a nutshell.

Cycling along the river

Cycling along the river

Dutchbike

Howard Mallett Centre, Petersfield

Seasonal bicycle!

In Cambridge, pawn shops sell bicycles

Bakfiets Outside the Parkside Pool

This coffee trike has taken up residence in the mornings at the corner of Grantchester St and Barton Rd.

CUSU (Cambridge University Students' Union)

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!

I've always liked the message on this bike shop window but not taken a photo of it till now.

Sunshine Posho

Corn Exchange Street from above

Trees all gone now :( for substandard cycleway being built

Yellow bike

A common problem on the lane down to Coe Fen. Cars parked in the passing place (ignoring double yellow lines), other cars queueing for the car park to open at 10. It only takes 5 vehicles to create this little scene of chaos.

Wagamama bicycle

Contraflow cycle lane in Harvest Way, Cambridge blocked by builders' hoardings. There's an even wider obstruction a few metres beyond. The yellow notice says "CYCLE LANE CLOSED PLEASE USE HARVEST WAY ROAD" (sic) Note the one-way sign ... [more]

A rather random name for a house - Cycle Touring?

Cycle-themed décor at Baroosh, Cambridge.

Bikes on the pavement by Sidney Sussex College

Exploring Cambridge by Bike. Cows in commons. Fields.

A sunny day beside the Green Dragon Bridge. A quick stop while cycling between meetings.

Delayed on trip into Cambridge along busway path. Less that 2 miles from City Centre

Area just north of the location of the proposed Chisholm Trail Bridge. Could it go through this land!

Towpath

Potential location here at Post Office Terrace for the third city-centre cycle park

Potential location here at Post Office Terrace for the third city-centre cycle park

Potential location here at Post Office Terrace for the third city-centre cycle park

Potential location here at Post Office Terrace for the third city-centre cycle park

Potential location here at Post Office Terrace for the third city-centre cycle park

Potential location here at Post Office Terrace for the third city-centre cycle park

Potential location here at Post Office Terrace for the third city-centre cycle park

Potential location here at Post Office Terrace for the third city-centre cycle park

Potential location here at Post Office Terrace for the third city-centre cycle park

Potential location through here at Post Office Terrace for the third city-centre cycle park

Potential location through here at Post Office Terrace for the third city-centre cycle park

Potential location through here at Post Office Terrace for the third city-centre cycle park

Ben Hayward's bike shop

Proposed new development on St Matthew's Piece. Cycle parking would be underground.

Proposed new development on St Matthew's Piece, shown here from the direction of Sturton Street. The building is on the other side of the Howard Mallett Centre which is currently being renovated so that Bodywork dance studio can move in. Cy ... [more]

New bike shop on King Street in the parade of shops nearer the Four Lamps end. I noticed the fascia board says they do rebuilds and repairs amongst other things.

Nice advertising bike

CycleStreets iPhone app v3 screenshot.

CycleStreets iPhone app v3 screenshot.

The communications on top of Park Street Car Park.

Flowers on a bike basket

Department of Geography

If they make chain rings like this anymore, I've yet to see one. Lovely.

CB2 Internet café

Parker's Piece.

Fort St George pub

Restaurant

Interesting directional signage to the Hopbine.

Tailgate of Biovest Logistics delivery vehicle blocking cycle route 9am Friday 4th July 2014. The driver didn't think he was causing an obstruction. I think his parking was inconsiderate and potentially a hazard as the tailgate was not very ... [more]

Cambridge's first cycle barometer, on Gonville Place, showing 674 cyclists at 9am on Friday 4th July 2014

Cambridge's first cycle barometer on Gonville Place

You can't cycle up here! Martin, developer of CycleStreets, depicted on the roof of King's College Chapel.

AX04 YEV

Another place in Cambridge where a cycle route and a bus stop happily co-exist!

hospital end of cycle path

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