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A few cycle stands by St John's Kirk in Perth - but there's not really enough cycle parking here.

The traffic-free centre of Perth

Planters used as half hearted cycle parking at this pub.

Bike shop, Perth (bigger than it seems, and the owner looks after the bike needs of Mark Beaumont (local round-the-world record breaker)


The designated smoking area for the works.

Richard doing an excellent job of measuring the cycleway- it’s four metres wide here, but note that it’s shared with horse and foot.

Plenty of vacant space between Perth Museum & Art Gallery and Perth Concert Hall (where they were baffled by the mere idea of cycle parking).

As far as I could see these two wheelbenders were the extent of the cycle parking for the crematorium.

This new road with its four metre wide cycleway (shared with horse and foot) provides a viable cycle route to the crematorium.

Traffic-calming with cycle bypass (although Google Satellite shows a car parked here).

The Lade route goes right here but is signed to the left.

There's a cut-through from the Lade route to the A85 if you can't push your bike over the footbridge

Wheeling channel on footbridge, the Lade route, Perth

Footbridge on the The Lade cycle route, Perth

The closure is actually to the right - the Lade route is unaffected.

The Lade route, Perth

The Lade route, Perth

The Lade route, Perth - a decent surface for a bit

The Lade route, Perth

The Lade route, Perth

End of the Lade route from Perth towards Luncarty

Start of the Lade route into central Perth

Basic (non-existent) crossing on the Perth-Luncarty route

Turn right here on the Perth-Luncarty route to go via the roundabout.

The route from Perth to Luncarty goes onto the roundabout then off it - rather peculiar, but as long as there are traffic lights it will basically work.

Massive hole in the Perth-Luncarty cycle route - how are people meant to get across the road to/from the shared-use path? Even a zebra would help.

NCN route 77 west and north from Perth by the River Almond

Cycle route from Perth to Luncarty, using a largely traffic-free bridge over the Almond

NCN route 77 by the River Almond, passing beneath the link north to Luncarty

Route signs on NCN route 77 at the Perth-Inverness railway bridge

NCN route 77 by the River Almond, about to pass beneath the Perth-Inverness railway

NCN route 77 turns right here to head north from Perth by the Tay

Heading north from Perth on NCN route 77 by the Tay

U-turn here on NCN route 77, which comes over the bridge from Dundee then dives under it to head north out of Perth.

Shared-use link to NCN route 77 north from Perth

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Cross here to the shared-use footway to reach NCN route 77, the main route north from Perth (I think cyclists should dismount...)

Traffic-free alley in Perth

Tourist offices should have proper cycle parking outside!

Cycle parking, Perth

Sign to cycle parking, Perth

Barcelona thinks this is a better use of space than a row of parked cars. I agree.

Well this is new Ed: signpost in the distance points left to Madingley. There's a video shot from the top deck of a bus:

Excellent farmtrack leading to locked gate on Madingley-A14 road.

Wheelbenders at the Rutland Water Garden Centre (and café)

Barriers AND Cyclists Dismount signs to cross the entry to the Rutland Water Garden Centre

Contraflow cycle lane (not the widest), Dundee

No Entry except Cycles, Dundee

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  • Icon 106809 This is a large housing estate with no secure parking.
  • Icon 106778 8 cycles.
  • Icon 106777 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 106769 Fatal crash 40 year old male cyclist killed
  • Icon 106766 There is so little around this area - whenever I'm searching for somewhere to park up I always see other cyclists in the same position and many bikes locked awkwardly to random lamp-posts and signposts, which fall over and get in everyone's way.
  • Icon 106760 Many of our employees cycle to work. Others want to but there is not sufficient cycle parking provision. New cycle racks would improve the street front and help us reach our ecology goals!
  • Icon 106757 Location is the car park for Tooting Bec Lido
  • Icon 106756 A bike was stolen after a few days of overnight use.
  • Icon 106635 I am writing to ask for your assistance. I live on Ridley Road and am a cyclist. I don't have a car, but have a bike. I would like to have free bike lock-ups on the street. I find it incredibly frustrating that I could have a free car permit to park on the street (but don't own a car), but have to pay a private company to use the bike lock-up on the street. Added to this is the fact that the bike storage is full. I have read the London Borough of Newham Cycling Strategy 2017/18, and I would like to suggest that free parking is put on the road as a number of residents on the street agree that there is demand
  • Icon 106619 This is a mixed residential and commercial area, with only a single stand. There are many cyclists in the area in need of cycle parking
  • Icon 106468 There are not a lot of places to store bikes in lockers/hangars closeby and a few people in our building alone use a bike as main use of transport. Where there are lockers/hangars they are full.
  • Icon 106454 Cycle parking at SOAS, University of London. Often busy; room for over 100 bicycles, although the actual number may vary owing to changes in the number of stands and street furniture every so often. Private land owned by the University of London; public right of way and no restrictions on cycle parking.

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