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Photo listing: bicycles (misc)

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

Because it's Cambridge....

Is this the official Tourist Information cargo bike?

That's a serious machine for the Waitrose run.

Yellow bike well secured to the church railings.

The Bikeman adbike

Table bicycle

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.

A remarkably solid bike for a trip to the university library

Load em up Bakfiets Cambridge Market

Wintry commute Sheeps Green

Cambridge City Council seems to have updated its trike -

Wagamama bicycle

Cycling along the river

Flowers on a bike basket

Nice advertising bike


Seasonal bicycle!

Bakfiets Outside the Parkside Pool

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

Yellow bike

Bikes on the pavement by Sidney Sussex College

CycleStreets iPhone app v3 screenshot.

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

A three seater bike ideal for the carrying also a children's bike.

This seems to be a folding tricycle with child-carrier - neat design.

An alternative to wearing gloves whilst cycling. These wrap round the handlebars and mean that you can always find them.

Bike is Best

"The cycle on which the sun never sets" - old Raleigh advert spotted in Free Press

A Christmas tree on a bike. Taking home a seven foot Christmas tree on a tandem, with the rear saddle removed. Location on NCR51, see also #54457 .

Santa is coming to town. Taking home a seven foot Christmas tree on a tandem, with the rear saddle removed. Location on NCR51, see also #54458

Advertising on bikes.

Robin's latest export from The Netherlands

Nice bike

Interesting bicycle parked at Geography

Bicycle rising from the bookstacks at Plurabelle books

Lots of these new advertising saddle covers have appeared in Cambridge.

Lovely set of bicycles

Lovely set of bicycles

"Always wear a Helmet" when riding a Corona. Though official advice suggests that alcohol and cycling don't mix... Latin flavour bicycle with advertising.

Cambridge: City of music and bicycles

Rikshaw with coffee advertising.

Cycling with my father up the busway. The southern section is a superb way of getting into town from Trumpington; no way would I have got him to cycle into town along the A1309---horrid road with an awful shared-use farce-ility.

Nice green bicycle

Taking a poorly computer to Milton using a cargo bike

Lots of wicker baskets, it has to be a girls' school.

Lots of bicycles!

Unusual bike on the train from Cambridge to London

Stylish carrier

Bicycle in the flowers (obviously abandoned - but it looks beautiful!)

Some man on some recumbent, syphoning down the Hills Road bridge approach.

Cambridge University courier bike.

Tricycling woman on Bridge Street, Cambridge.

Snowman building on Jesus Green

I'll just lie here for a while, until it warms up.

Head down across the snow

Tesco are selling bicycle-shaped objects for £60, it would appear as.

Submerged bicycle on Jesus Green.

Flower shopping - Cambridge Market

Summer dresses and wicker baskets

Sunshine in St Andrews Street

Summer in the city

Summer dress

A dapper chap on King's parade

Bicycle with flower basket in the morning sun.

Bicycle in the snow

"The Rider" - art of a person on a bicycle painted on the Wilco site

My stolen bike reappeared outside Parkside Police station within sight of the front desk. The police were not interested in helping me recover it or questioning the person using it. I was given a piece of paper enabling me to ask the City … [more]

My stolen bike appeared outside Parkside Police station within sight of the front desk. The police were not interested in helping me recover it or questioning the person using it. I was given a piece of paper enabling me to ask the City … [more]

Cycle space is far tighter on the Class 317 trains to Liverpool Street than on the Class 365s to Kings Cross.

A gold sprayed bike. The lighting system on the back seems to be made by these guys....

Is it a bike? Is it a plane?

Cambridge Cycling Campaign's stall bike - now updated with some wooden blocks that enable maps, membership forms and newsletters to be held neatly in place with rubber bands.

Funny sort of bicycle! At least it has two wheels... but how does one ride it?

Another Dutch bike in Cambridge - a Nihola.

Inline home made tandem recumbent

An early Brompton folding bicycle - this one is number 320 - notice the very unusual folding pedal. (Location approximate).

House and a bicycle, in the Kite area.

Lots and lots of post office bikes.

Cool panniers

I love the freedom the Trike gives me and the fact that I can not only join in with my friends but beat them without even trying. Daniel Reed As a parent of a child with Cerebral Palsy it is very difficult finding something that gives … [more]

Friday riders on a jaunt to Milton.

Friday riders with some wonderful old machines on our 28 inch day.

Cycling tourist?

The Angry Wasp Bike Man, a Cambridge phenomenon. See

Lots of old bikes on this scrapheap.

The red tag is a bicycle security scheme used by Jesus College. Unlike other colleges of the University of Cambridge, Jesus College use laminated plastic strips with a number on rather than painting the number onto the bike itself.

Close up of the front of an OYBike - roller brakes, and dynamo lighting. The note in the basket explains how the scheme works.

Detail of the Shaft Drive on an OYBike.

An apparently quite famous bike, suspended from the ceiling in the sandwich shop on King's Parade.

The Angry Wasp Bike Man, a Cambridge phenomenon, who cycles round the city centre with a radio playing heavy metal in a carrier bag, for some reason.

Dutch bike parked at the Scott Polar Research Institute.

Festive cobwebs

Bike against a snowball on Parker's Piece.

Unloading: an Outspoken courier drops off the lunch order.

Outspoken reduces congestion: Sandwich delivery orders like these were once taken by taxi.

Reliability: Outspoken's bikes can reach parts of the city other courier companys can't. Whatever the congestion elsewhere, their journey times are predictable.

This dangerous and illegal bike was sold at a Police Auction in October 2000.

Bargains can be found at the auction - like this by the future Campaign co-ordinator.

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