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Photo listing : cycle parking (misc)

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

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

This cycle store at Kaleidoscope has a tricky entrance: the door opens outwards to the left, the tree and the lampost make access harder than needed. See also #56561

As well as cycle stands in the main garage the Kaleidoscope development has these stands at an angle in a corridor. Getting in and out must be tough!

novo development of 286 dwellings at Great Kneighton. Provides two Sheffield stands at its sales office.

Desperate times: Bike advertising a food and drink deal at nearby pub.

Another vintage bike being used to promote a nearby pub - in this case 'Cambridge's oldest alehouse'.

Lined up outside Trinity Hall College on Trinity Lane. Could do with Cycle racks...

Bicycles in the Chimney (the entry to Jesus College)

(Hmm; quite a bad picture.) New cycle stands at Tesco Express, Kings Hedges. These five A-frames replace six fin-type(?) stands and the Tesco had been stand-less for a long period (several months?) after the resurfacing and landscaping work ... [more]

Reclaiming the streets? - this bike (with kickstand) has been using its DIY parking bay for some months now. Being in Newnham, it probably doesn't need to be secured to the wall.

No Cycles See #17966

Image showing what a typical residential cycle park will look like, laid out to the minimum dimensions in the Council's proposed new residential cycle parking guide. A big improvement on most existing situations, but still cramped and do ... [more]

Park and ride - near the Market

Cycle parking outside a student house on Lensfield Road Location: Newnham, Cambridge (England, United Kingdom)

There's always plenty of cycle stands at Tesco, but some people just can't face walking any further than absolutely necessary.

Little cycle parking, but lots of car parking spaces at this local sports centre at Chesterton Community College. See also See also #15838, #9394, #15839

It is very disappointing to find that the cycle parking at this new development does not meet the standards set by the City Council. Instead there are rubbish 'wheelbender' racks, but at least they have a covered shelter. Seeking more secur ... [more]

Do cycle way signs in "ASDA green" indicate bicycle parking?

Station Cycles at the Grand Arcade cycle park - also £9 to fix a puncture while you wait!

Cycle pound for abandoned bikes at Cambridge station.

Good and well used cycle parking racks for customers of Aldi and Iceland, Histon Rd.

Railings around Coe Fen open air children's swimming pool (pool not yet in use in early May 08) provide a good fixed point for bike parking. It's not clear if CCTV (sign on wall) covers the railings.

Railings and racks seem equally popular for parking bikes on Norfolk St, nr junction with East Rd, opposite St Matthew's Primary School and cafes, outside Ashley Court. Sunday morning 0830.

Entrance to Grand Arcade cycle park from Corn Exchange Street. The sign is not very conspicuous.

Roof of a cycle parking at Cambridge Station with "Cambridge Station Cycles" shop in the background.

These sheffield stands are a bit too big. ;-)

Cycles parked outside the new John Lewis store

The only nearby (insecure)cycle parking for the new John Lewis Store

Temporary home of the Cambridge Magistrates Court

Potential city centre cycle parking location, near WHSmith.

Fisher Square, under reconstruction due to the Grand Arcade. The cycle parking here has been removed and will not return.

Where the bikes displaced from the pavement outside St Catharine's College have ended up - insecurely across the road. More on-street cycle parking needed instead of pay and display.

Fellows' Bicycles Only

Fitzwilliam Musem

Temporary cycle parking on King Street!

Cycle parking needed here. Plenty of space available.

Cycle parking needed here on Mill Road. Plenty of space available.

Cycle parking needed outside the Botanic Gardens. Several bikes left against the wall, insecurely. A few car parking spaces should be replaced by on-road cycle parking.

Secure cycle parking needed in this area. There is plenty of space. Parking is provided nearby for cars.

Excellent cycle parking outside the Computer Laboratory, West Cambridge.

Excellent cycle parking outside the Computer Laboratory, West Cambridge.

Good quality new cycle parking at Robinson College.

We asked for on-street cycle parking here but were told that it could not be provided because it would reduce revenue from car parking. Totally unacceptable.

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking would be a better use of this space than illegally parked cars.

Cycle parking (complete with recycling bins) outside the Library, given a temporary reprieve.

Cycle parking outside Bradwell's Court fenced off.

New, covered cycle parking being installed.

Good quality new cycle parking outside the CCDC (a Unit within the University).

With nowhere to park bikes on the street I'm forced to struggle to get my bikes in and out of the house like this, followed by a walk along the narrow footway to get to a wide enough gap between the parked cars.

A notice announcing the immediate suspension of the temporarily re-located cycle parking during the redevelopment of Bradwell's Court. (Sorry for the poor quality of the photo - camera battery was running out and had no time to get focus ri ... [more]

Cycle parking has still not been provided in this area, despite assurances and despite a lack of any official parking.

Ideal location of a bank of cycle parking, between Superdrug and the Co-op Bank, with enough space available for 20-30 cycles.

Why not have residential cycle parking instead of bollards either side of the crossing here? There is a hairdresser opposite which would also benefit.

Newly re-angled cycle parking opposite Club 22. Creates a little more roadspace in what has always been a tight stretch. Seemingly an unproblematic change. Note the car driving who has illegally passed the no-entry signs and thus is driving ... [more]

Newly re-angled cycle parking opposite Club 22. Creates a little more roadspace in what has always been a tight stretch. Seemingly an unproblematic change.

Cycle parking outside the Christ's Lane development, apparently likely to be removed as part of the Core Scheme Stage 4 proposals.

The compact 'nappy-pin' design of cycle parking tends not to support the frame of a bike well, with the result that bikes fall over more than with other designs.

On Sunday, this stretch of Regent Street is like a car park, as parking is free. But is there any cycle parking? None whatsoever.

Space for car parking, but no cycle parking, with bikes left against the wall unsecured. An ideal spot for a row of on-road cycle parking, instead of one or two pay-and-display spaces.

Put a bike here and no bikes behind it can be removed from the parking. There is nowhere behind the bike for it to rollo backwards. Note also the terrible design of the wheel bender parking.

Impressively hopeless cycle parking. Wheel benders one row of which are inaccessible due to being too close to the rear fence and under an incredibly ugly shelter which has no gutter so just concentrates rain onto cyclists trying to use it. ... [more]

Lack of cycle parking on King's Parade. Bikes are being leant (often insecurely) against the lampposts on the pavement. There is plenty of space on the road to provide on-street parking, as has been done so effectively outside St Catharine' ... [more]

Unofficial cycle parking against railings on the pavement, a type of 'provision' seemingly quite common in Cambridge. Proper racks could be provided on-road.

Cycle parking needed here. Bikes are parked insecurely against walls, and there is space next to, or in place of, the car parking.

Cycle parking needed in this area - not sure where it could go though. The railings on the left are often full, and cycles are often parked insecurely on the wide pavement against the walls of the University Centre.

Cycle parking needed outside the shops. Several fences have 'no cycles' signs, indicating the usual shortage here.

Cycle parking needed outside the Co-op (and other shops) on Hills Road. No formal parking provided whatsoever.

Same location as #8800 but different angle and slightly forward. Cycle parking needed in this area.

Cycle parking needed in this area.

Shortage of cycle parking. This picture was taken outside University term. The wide road could be narrowed and cycle parking put on-road.

Typically insecure, but ornate, cycle parking outside a Cambridge college.

Bumper-to-bumper residential car parking available, but not a spot of residential cycle parking, with bikes parked insecurely against very many houses here.

This row of car parking for 5 cars outside CB2 cafe needs to be removed. Cars almost always enter the cycle lane despite oncoming cyclists. There is other short-stay parking in the area, and a car park across the road. There is also a bad s ... [more]

Bikes parked as far as you can see

Bikes parked everywhere!

new tarmac surface, old racks

This utterly rubbish cycle parking is plonked right in the middle of this development.

Totally unacceptable cycle parking in this relatively new development.

A good example of a bike parked with two different types of lock.

Tight squeeze, cycle parking like this divides pedestrians and cyclists.

Desperate need for cycle parking in Romsey.

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