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A bus gate ahead on Bridge Street.

Bike & Go bikes awaiting their final hires at Bradford Interchange station.

No Cycling into the bus station, via the bus entrance.

Cycle parking inside Bradford Interchange, with an inclusive cycling mural. There is more cycle parking in the railway station upstairs.

Information and map on Bridge Street outside Bradford Interchange, and many people crossing the road as they please.

Bus gate on Market Street.

'No Entry' and 'Recommended Route for Cycles' at Hustlergate. Which is it? I didn't notice any obvious signage for the NCN66 turn here.

A discontinuous cycle lane on Lower Kirkgate.

Cycle Superhighway sign on Lower Kirkgate.

The connection from the painted cycle lane to the parallel zebra crossing over to the segregated cycle track on Valley Road.

A taxi parked in the contraflow cycle lane on Broadway.

A contraflow cycle lane on Broadway.

Cycling across from Market Street to Centenary Square. The opposite view to #110462.

Road closure on the route from the Lascaux caves

Cycling through Centenary Square.

Non-bus gate traffic to U-turn.

Road closure on the route to the Lascaux caves

A route sign for NCN66 on Nelson Street. The road ahead leads to a bus gate at #110421.

Despite the crossing at #110453 being a toucan crossing, the next crossing encountered is just a pedestrian crossing. Nelson Street is straight ahead and the first section of footway is shared-use.

Cycle route signs near Lascaux

The path from the Manchester Road crossing at #110453 takes a diagonal route across the wide central reservation of Croft Street, across to Nelson Street.

MTB route sign from Lascaux towards the Château de la Grande Filolie

Route sign from Lascaux to Montignac

Sign for cycle route to the Lascaux caves

MTB route markers and goat (approximate location)

MTB route marker

Walking and MTB route through the grounds of the Château de la Grande Filolie

Sign for walking and MTB routes through the grounds of the Château de la Grande Filolie (location approximate)

Sign explaining that the grounds of the Château de la Grande Filolie are private, but rights of way exist for walking and cycling.

Sign for walking and MTB routes through the grounds of the Château de la Grande Filolie

Cycleable path passing beneath a closed railway which would make a great cycleway.

Potential riverside routes in Montignac

There seems to be a demand to take bikes through this park in Montignac.

Cyclists trying to get through the market in Montignac

Road closure off the main square, Montignac

Bike parking and bus stops in central Bordeaux; but I'm not sure I'd want to be in that bike lane.

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The view of Market Street from Centenary Square. The opposite view to #110613.

Bike stands at tram stops in central Bordeaux - but there's space for a really good cycle route here

Plenty of space for a good cycle route here (and dockless sharing bike)

Cycle contraflows and tram lines in central Bordeaux

No Entry except cycles in the old city of Bordeaux

Rising bollards and cycle contraflow in the old city of Bordeaux

Beryl bike bay in an industrial estate at the edge of Hereford.

Traffic-free street in the old city of Bordeaux - cycling allowed, priority to pedestrians.

Bike-shares and tram, Bordeaux

Cyclist passing Bordeaux cathedral

Cyclist passing the Palais de Justice in Bordeaux (by Richard Rogers, representing wine barrels)

Entry to the traffic-free old city, Bordeaux

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  • Icon 110423 Residents on this estate have been struggling to find space to lock up their bikes. We have received letters from Southwark Council asking us to remove bikes from communal areas in our building because these are a hazard, but so far no alternative provision has been offered. A simple rail tucked behind the staircase in our courtyard between Cavour and Suffield House would be really appreciated.
  • Icon 110373 There is nowhere safe and secure to park a bike in this area. I suggest Kensal Rise station and Kensal Green station as a minimum. There could also be secure parking spaces at the end of the residential streets for all the people who live in flats and have no space.
  • Icon 110350 On a pedestrianised part of road.
  • Icon 110338 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 110324 Secure cycle storage needed for residents on the street as there have been some attempted robberies when chained to railings.
  • Icon 110311 Covered bike rack at zoology entrance University of Tasmania
  • Icon 110310 Covered bike rack at zoology entrance University of Tasmania
  • Icon 110056 I would suggest at least one or two hangars as this seems to be a completely dead zone on the Hangar map with CycleHoop!
  • Icon 110044 Just inside park, to left of entrance.
  • Icon 110043 There is currently no bike parking at this station Bikes are having to be chained on road fences and often are cut off by council
  • Icon 110030 No through road for cars so a very quiet residential road which regularly has vacant parking bays to put a Cyclehoop BikeHangar in for 6 bikes Pedestrian access through from Chamberlayne Road so would be useful to cyclists in a number of neighbouring roads. Would encourage cycling as many do not have space to keep a bike and would encourage more cycling.
  • Icon 110026 Cycle parking present here.

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