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This is a very populated residential area (will be even more when ongoing constructions are complete) with no cycle parking space. The closest cycle parking is around 800m away, at the DLR station. This place is convenient and accessible to ... [more]

Steep semi-paved track down to Castellar and Menton

Track for a loop ride from Menton

View of mountain-bike route down to Menton

Some confusion here - mountain-bike route signs on the post, but No Mountain Biking signs on the trees beyond.

Some confusion here - mountain-bike route signs on the post, but No Mountain Biking signs on the trees beyond.

Cycle parking in La Brigue

Hard to believe that this stepped path is signed as a mountain-bike route.

Hard to believe that this is signed as a mountain-bike trail.

The rear access to Sospel station could do with improving (admittedly there's a level crossing just 100m away).

Bike parking at Sospel station

Poster for e-bike ride around the World War II sites of L'Authion.

Cycle route signs at the Col de Turini

Cycle route signs at the Col de Turini

Track out of Saint-Dalmas-Le-Selvage

The Col de Restefond, with the unpaved road to St-Dalmas-le-Selvage dropping away from the road to the Col de la Bonette, Europe's highest road.

The short climb from Vars to the Col de Vars has something like a cycle lane on the way up (south) - but there are places where it's definitely too narrow to be useable.

The short climb from Vars to the Col de Vars has something like a cycle lane on the way up (south) - but there are places where it's definitely too narrow to be useable.

Lane parallel to the steep busy main road up from the new town of Briançon to the old town - this should really be two-way for cycling.

No Entry Except Residents on lane parallel to the steep busy main road up from the new town of Briançon to the old town - this should really be two-way for cycling.

No Cycling in the Schappe park, Briançon

Start of lane parallel to the steep busy main road up from the new town of Briançon to the old town - this should really be two-way for cycling.

The old town of Briançon with banners for the 2017 Tour de France

No Motor Vehicles? Oh, if you're certain then... Mountain bike route down to the Isere valley.

Mountain bike route down to the Isere valley

Hiking and mountain-bike route signs

Mountain-bike route signs at the chalets of Bon Pas

Mountain-bike route down to the Isere valley.

Mountain bike route down to the Isere valley

Disassembled abandoned bike needs removal. It's been here for many months.

Cycling is permitted along the beach in Gorleston.

This gated asphalt road is marked as a No Through Road but in fact allows cyclists to make a superb day ride around Glen Lyon.

Only a year and a half old and the surface of this tiger crossing is beginning to wear away. Compare #80074 when it was new. I wonder if there's a more durable surface they could use?

Although there is cycle parking across the road at #91835, for some reason people prefer to lock their bikes here.

I won't be locking my bike to these rusty old stands next to a big puddle!

Path between Wallness Lane and Hough Lane Bridge blocked by fallen hedge

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Quiet alternative route into La Brigue

Map of mountain bike routes around La Brigue

List of mountain bike routes, La Brigue

Plenty of car parking spaces, but only tree cages for cycles to be locked too. Every street in Yorkhill needs more bike stands.

Cyclist ignoring temporary road closure for a flea market in Briançon.

The alleyway between Richmond Road and Windsor Road is restricted at each end by a set of 3 railings. It is very tricky to negotiate through the narrow gaps between the railings with a bike trailer or cargo bike, and even "normal" bikes ha ... [more]

The only cycle route sign I saw between St-Dalmas-le-Selvage and St-Etienne-en-Tinée - not sure where it's supposed to begin or end.

Bikes at a road closure for a flea market in Briançon.

Cycle parking outside the old town of Briançon - and on the roundabout to the rear, a giant bike to commemorate the 2017 Tour de France.

Giant bikes to commemorate the 2017 Tour de France coming to Briançon.

Cycle rack at the Briançon tourist office, commemorating the 2017 Tour de France.

Bikes of various kinds at a café in Brunissard, near where the 2017 Tour de France finished a stage on the Col de l'Izoard

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  • Icon 91839 the existing cycle;e lockers nearby are all over-subscribed bribed by at least 5 people
  • Icon 91833 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 91831 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 91830 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 91818 It's a large housing estate with no cycle parking, and also on Quietway 1, cycle parking would be amazing!
  • Icon 91751 The closest one is over Bethnal Green Road on Brick Lane - there needs to be cycle parking on this side too.
  • Icon 91750 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 91749 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 91748 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 91746 A few stands at intervals all along the street on both sides.
  • Icon 91729 https://twitter.com/richard_je/status/894649195847708672 http://www.edp24.co.uk/news/driver-speeding-before-head-on-collision-which-killed-cyclist-in-norwich-cannot-be-prosecuted-1-5136540
  • Icon 91721 more cycle parking in the area needed for people to use the supermarket and Ridley Road Market.

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