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Photo listing : cycle parking

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Travis Perkins/Islamic Centre racks on Devonshire Road.

Well used racks by the recreation ground on Nightingale Avenue.

Zombie apocalypse? End of university term? I've never seen these racks so empty.

Cycle parking needed at the entry to Grantchester Meadows

The students are leaving Cambridge today, so there are lots of 4WDs outside the colleges - and some cycle parking spaces!

Abandoned lock tags added by Cambridge City Council. To avoid the locks being cut and taken away the owner should remove the tags by the given date.

Abandoned bike Reported at: https://www.cambridge.gov.uk/report-an-abandoned-or-missing-bike Tyres flat and covered in cobwebs, but otherwise looks all there.

Two decent sets of well spaced Sheffield stands at the new King's College Passivhaus development. I assume there will be secure covered parking as well.

Maybe the University of Cambridge is replacing its cycle stands, as well as the busway?

We are desperately in need of more bike racks on Mill Road. As a business we are finding it increasingly hard to find spaces for our workers let alone our customers. Please could you work with the Mill Road Traders Association or even come ... [more]

Bent cycle racks opposite the Fitzwilliam Museum on Trumpington Street, Cambridge.

Cycle parking on the Ironworks development - dropped kerb needed

The Ironworks development - swamped with cars already

Covered cycle parking at DFS on Newmarket Rd, as well as the 2 sets of stands at the other end - surprisingly good provision

2 of the 3 sets of cycle stands at DFS on Newmarket Rd - surprisingly good provision

Bickerton folding bikes parked outside a 'health food' shop.

Cycle parking on the Ironworks development, and a broken light

Cycle parking and modal filter at the northern access to the Ironworks development

Cycle parking on the Ironworks development

New residential building with just two cycle stands

Covered cycle racks and behind them cycle lockers at Madingley Road park & ride site.

Awkward cycle parking in the underground garage at Clare Hall (where cyclists are supposed to dismount, but there isn't even a speed limit for cars) - also space for cargo bikes etc just to the left.

On-street cycle parking needed - one car space could give safe storage for all these bikes.

If this building really was built like this, to have cycle parking rather than commercial/residential space... I'm impressed.

A few more cycle stands squeezed in near the Live and Let Live pub. Why are there none near the Cambridge Blue?

Problems caused by abandoned bikes on racks where there is a high demand. The stickered bike and the blue bike have been unused for several weeks and have very low pressure in their tyres. The blue one was reported a month ago but the ta ... [more]

Abandoned bikes clog up the racks and get moved into awkward looking arrangements by others tyring to park their bikes.

Parking for 20 cyclists at the Nuclear Bunker in Cambridge. Cambridge regional war room.

Racks in the childrens’ playground.

Cycle parking at Hills Road sports centre

One-sided cycle stands - there could be so much more space if they were fitted at an angle to the wall.

Two more sets of Sheffield stands at the rear of the Faculty of Education, Cambridge

There are lots of cycle stands now opposite Hills Road Sixth Form College

Another cycle shelter has been added at Gravel Hill Farm

New houses with cycle stands

Every home in this otherwise exemplary development has a couple of bikes in the porch - where are the cycle stands?

Cycle parking banished to the far end of the car park at the Schlumberger Research Centre.

Cycle parking banished to the far end of the car park at the Schlumberger Research Centre.

Four separate sets of cycle stands in view, plus indoor cycle parking to the right - pretty good provision!

No visible cycle parking at the new Hyatt hotel in Eddington.

Cycle stands outside the new aparthotel, Eddington

Presumably this is the cycle parking for the new Eddington hotel

Secure cycle parking at a Girton College building, Eddington

Cycle parking, Eddington

Cycle parking at the new Eddington park

Clare Hall cycle parking is a bit of a mess - and cycling is banned in the underground garage, while there isn't even a speed limit for cars.

Pump, tools and instructions in the underground parking area at Clare Hall. A lot of bikes are locked to the rail along the front wall, although I imagine they can get blocked in by cars.

Clare Hall cycle parking is a bit of a mess - and cycling is banned in the underground garage, while there isn't even a speed limit for cars.

Cycle parking clearly needed at this school - there's space across the road.

A clear need for cycle stands in place of a car-parking space. Submitted to the Cambridge parking consultation, let's see what happens.

New fencing for two houses, new cycle stands for one - the nearest of the four available spaces won't get much use, I predict - if only they'd put them in at a slight angle.

Cycle parking needed here

Sign for an abandoned cycle lock on the railings opposite St John's College, Cambridge.

The pump at this workstand in front of Addenbrooke's main entrance did not work. The head unit would not grip the valve tightly and there was a tell tale leak of air that is so disheartening. I had to find my way to the on-campus bike sh ... [more]

Staff cycle parking at Addenbrooke's - requires security card to get in. There was a workstand and pump made by Cyclehoop in front of it. I tried it. Big mistake - and my tyre ended up flatter than when I started. I had to find my way to ... [more]

Cycle and scooter parking at Addenbrooke's.

The rear of the St Regis (Clare College) development - cycle parking installed so that only one side is useable.

[Image taken 18.5.07. B&Q, Newmarket Road, Cambridge. Compare the bike parking at the B&Q (very close to the store, right next to the trolley park, covered) with what the landlord at the Peckham B&Q thought B&Q customers would use: #178870. ... [more]

A new arrangement for cycle storage.

St Peter's Terrace, Cambridge - wheelbender cycle parking, and clearly plenty of demand for something better.

The handy cycle parking in front of the Devonshire Arms has mostly been removed due to the need for more outdoor seating post-Covid-19.

Cycle parking at the Arbury Road Surgery

Overflow cycle parking, possibly, at the Arbury Road Surgery

There's quite a reasonable amount of cycle parking dotted around outside Arbury Court - even the Sikh Gurdwara has its own.

There's quite a reasonable amount of cycle parking dotted around outside Arbury Court

There's quite a reasonable amount of cycle parking dotted around outside Arbury Court

New cycle parking at Newnham's Co-op - and Don't Park in the Garden signs - this was until recently a low box hedge which people often leant their bikes on. So there may well be problems here.

A minimal amount of cycle parking has been added since #13406 was taken, but the gateway is still too narrow for anything but a single person to get through.

Cycle parking at Fellows Hotel, Milton Road

Cycle parking at Fellows Hotel, Milton Road

The Cambridge Union has finished a major redevelopment, but still has awful cycle parking.

With Park Street Cycle Park closed for rebuilding this is all the cycle parking there is in the immediate vicinity.

The bent rack has been removed following the report at #177377, the bikes that were on it have been stacked against the remaining rack.

More covered double-decker cycle parking appearing at Robinson College

Old locks accumulate. Three old rusty and broken locks have been reported at: https://www.cambridge.gov.uk/report-an-abandoned-or-missing-bike

More bike parking required at this very popular location as cyclist attach bikes to residents’ properties due to lack of space

Hopefully this annoying abandoned bike will be gone soon now that it has been tagged. It has been on these racks for several years and despite several reportings in that time has remained for one reason or another. Update 14 Jan: Hurray ... [more]

A bike rack has been bent almost completely flat against the ground. It looks like it was reversed into by a large van or truck, the bicycle attached to the rack was squashed in between. There are no bollards to protect the bikes / ra ... [more]

My guess is that a vehicle has reversed crushing the bike against the rack and bending the rack completely over. The back wheel in particular looks like it has been pressed over the rack. The pedal crank is bent too, so quite a substantial ... [more]

Perhaps the next cycle parking guide needs a sentence or two suggesting that when racks are installed, care should be taken to ensure that people making use of them do not need to wear waders to do so.

Harvest Way contraflow cycling.

Need for street cycle parking here.

Covered cycle parking at Bidwells - a positive move from major local property managers.

Covered racks at a private hospital.

It seems that providing car club parking also spurs provision of cycle parking.

New cycle parking at Churchill College - and a sign saying No Cycling Inside The College, even from here to the road. This parking area is nowhere near anything except for one accommodation block.

Parking spaces taken for cycle stands and car club parking. The bollards help reduce damage from motor vehicles like happened to #177672 in York.

The PCR testing centre has been here for 10 months now and they still haven't thought about cycle access and parking.

Cycle parking stands looking for a home after the close of Park Street Cycle Park.

This is a residential area with lots of flats. I've recently moved here and there is no secure cycle storage for people in flats with no outdoor space. It would be great if cycle racks, or even better if bikehangars could be installed in th ... [more]

Last sighting of the Park Street Cycle Park mural.

Temporarily re-located cycle parking at Park Street, pending redevelopment.

King Street cargobike parked

Unused double decker racks at a new development.

Cycle park about to be closed for redevelopment. Bye bye old friend

Corner of Gilbert Road and Milton Road, Cambridge.

Dental racks

Permanent closure from 13 October 2021.

The cycle parking at this walk-in testing centre is the fence, but there are some decent racks at the nearby swimming pool.

Racks overflowing with bikes, early September 2021

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