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New gate and No Cycling sign on the Cornish coastal path

Route north from Padstow along the Camel estuary

Signs for NCN route 32 from Padstow to the Camel Trail

Cut-through in Padstow (improvement needed)

Cut-through in Padstow

This could be a cut-through to take cyclists on NCN route 32 off the A389

Possible alternative route for cyclists on NCN route 32 out of Padstow

Minimal cycle parking at Padstow Tesco's

Mixed messages - end of a short stretch of shared-use footway provided by housing developers

Short stretch of shared-use footway provided by housing developers

A short stretch of shared-use footway provided by housing developers comes to an abrupt end.

Drop kerbs in place but no signs that this is a shared-use footway

Cyclists leaving Padstow on NCN route 32 should be able to come this way on the old main road.

This subway should offer a route in to Padstow for cyclists arriving on NCN route 32

This subway should offer a route in to Padstow for cyclists arriving on NCN route 32

There's no indication that this is not a cycle route

Cyclists leaving Padstow on NCN route 32 should be routed this way, on the former main road.

Cut-through in Padstow

Cyclists leaving Padstow on NCN route 32 should be routed by the old road to the left.

Arriving by ferry at the low-tide steps you can't ride your bike in to Padstow

Electric bikes are catching on in Padstow too.

There's no reason why cyclists shouldn't use the upper path from the Padstow war memorial - the lower path is far too busy with pedestrians though.

Route north from Padstow along the Camel estuary

It would be easy to upgrade this section of coastal path for wheelchairs and cycling.

Cycle parking on the old station platform at Padstow (there's room for plenty more).

It's really not necessary to ban bikes from this upper route to the Padstow war memorial viewpoint.

It would be good if this link to Padstow church and Link Road (NCN32) could be marked as a through route for cyclists.

NCN route 32 sign in Padstow

Route signs in Padstow

Cyclists coming off the Padstow to Rock ferry

Cornish ferries are almost all open to cycles (and yes, they do have single fares)

Steps to the bridge over Padstow harbour gates, and anti-cyclist notice.

Padstow loves the Camel Trail, but they don't much like cycling - cyclists are expected to walk through a car park to the Camel Trail, but is there any similar advice or restrictions for drivers? Of course not.

Padstow loves the Camel Trail, but they don't much like cycling - on the direct link to Padstow Cycle Hire

Pedestrian link from the Camel Trail

Lots of cycle parking at the end of the Camel Trail - there's nowhere much to park a bike in town so you're expected to park here and walk in.

The Camel Trail - very popular with the sort of cyclists who drive to the trail and think you need helmets on a traffic-free trail (and want to walk the dog too).

The Camel Trail - very popular with the sort of cyclists who drive to the trail and think you need helmets on a traffic-free trail.

Curved viaduct on the Camel Trail, with view to Padstow

The Camel Trail

The Camel Trail - very popular with the sort of cyclists who drive to the trail and think you need helmets on a traffic-free trail.

Curved viaduct on the Camel Trail - also used by fire engines!

Curved viaduct on the Camel Trail (with a rather relaxed stoker on a tandem)

Curved viaduct on the Camel Trail

Change from gravel to asphalt on the Camel Trail

The Camel Trail, on the old railway from Padstow to Wadebridge and Bodmin

Signs for NCN route 32, on the roads from the end of the Camel Trail

Junction of NCN route 32 with the Camel Trail, Padstow

The end of the Camel Trail - on the disused railway from Bodmin and Wadebridge

Lots of cycle parking at the end of the Camel Trail - there's nowhere much to park a bike in town so you're expected to park here and walk in.

The start of the Camel Trail - on the disused railway to Wadebridge and Bodmin

There's nowhere much to park a bike in town so you're expected to park here and walk in.

A long row of bike stands opposite Trail Bike Hire, near the Camel Trail - there's nowhere much to park a bike in town so you're expected to park here and walk in.

A long row of bike stands opposite Trail Bike Hire, near the Camel Trail - there's nowhere much to park a bike in town so you're expected to park here and walk in.

Padstow loves the Camel Trail, but they don't much like cycling - on the direct link to Padstow Cycle Hire

A rare sight at a bike rental location - lots of child trailers for use on the Camel Trail, but of course no-one would take these out on the roads, would they?

Padstow Cycle Hire and ex-hire bike sale - near the start of the Camel Trail

There's no reason why cyclists shouldn't use the upper path to the Padstow war memorial - the lower path is far too busy with pedestrians though.

It's really not necessary to ban bikes from reaching the Padstow war memorial viewpoint.

Lots of bikes parked by Padstow harbour

No room on the footway for bikes heading towards the Camel Trail

Cycle parking at the Padstow end of the Camel Trail cycle route.

Cycle parking at the Padstow end of the Camel Trail cycle route

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