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This listing only shows photos within a square radius of 30 kilometres of the centre of Assen.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Some cycle parking nearer to the shops in Dumbarton town centre would be better.

Cycle parking in St Sepulchre Gate.

Cycle parking in Barnsley Market.

Cycle parking on Market Hill, and a bike on the roof of the entrance to the Old №7 pub.

Cycling in Effingham Street pedestrian precinct.

Bolt-down cycle parking stands on the High Street, and a time-restricted exemption from the 'no entry' sign on the left.

Unusual cycle parking stands in central Rotherham, one of which is broken.

A relaxed low-traffic environment in the centre of Pontefract.

Cycle parking on Bingley Main Street.

Cycle parking on Wellington Road outside some shops.

A sign for the Airedale Greenway at one end of Bingley Main Street.

A nib blocking access to a short cycle lane which in turn leads into the back of parked cars.

Cycle parking in Ilkley town centre.

Wheel twister cycle parking outside the Co-op in Ilkley town centre.

Room for some cycle parking in Ilkley town centre.

Cycle parking in Ilkley town centre.

No cycling in the Carlton Street pedestrian precinct.

Bicycles for sale on display outside Cash Converters.

A low traffic environment on the edge of the pedestrian zone, making for safer cycling.

Cycle parking on Gillygate. Cycling not allowed in the pedestrian zone ahead.

The underpass under Rothesay Street leading to the shopping centre from The Murray Roundabout, and on the right a truncated cycle path removed when the Churchill Avenue road layout was altered to allow easier motoring.

Ramp (not really for cycling) down from shopping centre entrance to the bus station area.

Car park entrance on Rothesay Street. Also leads to the cycle parking at #107435.

A choice of ramps or steps to get to the Queensway underpass to the shopping centre beyond.

Cycle parking outside an entrance to the East Kilbride Shopping Centre. There are also stands nearby in the car park (see #107435).

The International Asbestos Memorial in Clydebank.

Quite a lot of work to do on Dumbarton Road outside Clydebank Town hall to get to the artist's impression given in

Oh look, new signs from @ChelmsCouncil to show how unwelcoming they are if you cycle to the city centre. One to add to my new blog.

A cycle workstand opposite a cycle shop in Falkirk High Street.

An area map and the Falkirk Active Travel Hub in the High Street.

I initially thought this was some kind of time-restricted 'No Entry' but on closer inspection the plate underneath is for loading restrictions.

A major junction in Falkirk town centre. The road ahead on the left is restricted for motor vehicles to local buses and loading (see #101534).

The main road around Falkirk town centre doesn't look very cycle-friendly.

Kirk Wynd looking towards the High Street, with a taxi parked across the courtesy crossing.

Bus priority in Falkirk doesn't extend as far as traffic signal detection.

Lint Riggs is part of the pedestrianised area in Falkirk town centre, and connects Upper Newmarket Street to the High Street.

Upper Newmarket Street is restricted for motor vehicles to loading and local bus services.

No Cycling in the High Street, 11am to 4pm. Not strictly observed.

Cycle parking outside the shopping mall.

Could do with some cycle parking stands around here. End of route! The road ahead leads into the town centre. The road running across the photograph is the ringroad around the town centre. The photograph in this link shows this location from the opposite direction: … [more]

Room for some cycle parking.

If through traffic can be sent around Clydeford Road and Bridge Street, and Cambuslang Main Street given over to Summerfest for one day, why not on the other 364 days?

A diagonal ramp through the steps, but watch out for people blindly walking straight down the steps unaware of anything happening around them.

Traffic filtering at Post Gate. Ahead is the Palace Grounds retail park. But Castle St (crossing just beyond the bollards, see #38911) is No Vehicles and excludes cycling.

The town centre cycle route crosses Cadzow St on Campbell St.

An attempt to improve Campbell Street, but ruined by the bin storage.

Covered cycle parking at Hamilton bus station. About twice as many stands could have been accommodated in that space, although it appears that demand has not yet outstripped supply.

A busy shared-use footway outside Cambuslang station.

Cycle parking at the bus station in Ayr.

Covered cycle parking in Burns Statue Square, Ayr town centre.

New permeable public space in the centre of Helensburgh. Outdoor markets are sometimes held here.

The cycle parking at the bus station has been made needlessly tricky to get a bike to.

A cycle parking stand on Linlithgow High Street, along with designated footway parking, and some double parking.

Restrictions on through traffic on Front Street described as "Pedestrian Zone", even though it is a busy bus route!

Traffic calming by pinch-point and restrictions on through traffic in Front Street.

Some additional cycle parking has been provided in Stewart Street, Milngavie. Compare with #34558.

Cycle parking in Douglas Street, Milngavie.

'No Cycling' and 'Cyclists Dismount' in the pedestrianised High Street in Redcar, and 'No Entry except buses' on the link through to Lord Street.

Welcome to Cumbernauld! Some of the route signs have been twisted round a bit, so it is not obvious which route they point to at the crossroads of paths. Routes 1a and 1b are signed from here, but do not reappear on the signs until they … [more]

The cycle route goes past some back doors to get to St Mungo's church.

Routes 1 and 3 continue together through the Cumbernauld town centre car parks.

The footway goes around the edge of the car park, but it is easier to cut across the empty space to get to the Linkbridge lobby. Just watch the sloping kerbs.

The cycle route appears to be signed along the narrow footway around the outside of the rooftop car park, but there seemed to be no good reason not to cut across the half empty space rather than annoy the people outside the pub.

Once over the Linkbridge, the cycle route goes through a lobby. You need to slow right down for the automatic doors.

The lift at the end of the Linkbridge over Central Way. Not a convenient route for a group ride!

The cycle route goes into a lift to get up to the Linkbridge across Central Way.

Route sign for routes 1 and 3. Route crosses road at the crossing on the left, then goes around the end of the car park to the right before going back across to the left to join the path down the hill behind the lamppost next to the … [more]

Route signs all pointing 90 degrees away from the correct direction for each.

Damaged route sign pointing slightly downwards in Cumbernauld town centre. [In this photo the signs point in different directions.]

Cycle parking at Tesco in the centre of Cumbernauld.

Big clutter in Biggar as small town Scotland spoilt by road engineers. long waits on crossings too @TransformScot

Some cycle parking in Kilwinning town centre, comprising non-standard fancy stainless steel arcs that are more awkward to use than standard Sheffield Stands. There are another 3 stands at the other end of the Main Street.

Proper cycle parking needed outside station, and plenty space across road

Cycle parking next to vandalised street furniture

No bike parking here, so bikes locked to posts. UPDATE: Some cycle parking has been provided around the corner - see #70914.

Cycle parking at East Kilbride shopping centre

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