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Photo listing (event)

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This listing only shows photos within Truro.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Riders on a van-supported Land's End-John O'Groats ride posing for a photo (a couple of hundred metres from the actual end of the land).

Two trees down overnight on the National Trust's Tremayne Woods property.

This section of the Cornish coastal path really isn't suitable for cycling.

Bike and trailer reversing off the Padstow to Rock ferry

Snow plough on Morlaix Avenue

Penzance's main street closed to traffic for Montol, the winter solstice festival - an exemption for bikes would have been nice.

Penzance's main street closed to traffic for Montol, the winter solstice festival.

Several cars left behind shock horror, because the group of cyclists took the load over the 25 passengers allowed without an extra crew-member.

A new one-way system with a cycleway under the St Ives railway branch (replacing a two-way road) has caused some controversy.

Rosalind and Celia run away to the Forest of Arden - As You Like It at the Minack Theatre.

When the road from St Anthony to Carne was closed by a landslip, Cornwall Council said they had no money for repairs and proposed to downgrade it to a bridleway - widespread protests have finally led to their repairing the road, and it is n ... [more]

When the road from St Anthony to Carne was closed by a landslip, Cornwall Council said they had no money for repairs and proposed to downgrade it to a bridleway - widespread protests have finally led to their repairing the road, and it is n ... [more]

When the road from St Anthony to Carne was closed by a landslip, Cornwall Council said they had no money for repairs and proposed to downgrade it to a bridleway - widespread protests have finally led to their repairing the road, and it is n ... [more]

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.

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

Fire engine outside Tower Block entrance, RCH Treliske.

National Cycle Network route 3 seemingly kept open during car park works in Penzance

Penzance promenade closed for repairs after last winter's immense storms.

The Penzance promenade (NCN route 3) closed after last winter's immense storms.

Damage to the Penzance promenade (NCN route 3) after last winter's immense storms.

The Cornish Hundred audax event

Bike motorised for a college project - not actually rideable, partly because the rear brakes had to be disconnected...

Mountain biker having a very hard time on the saturated West Penwith moors.

Sunset at Sennen Cove

Yippee! let's all drive to cycle on the National Cycle Network!

Nothing like a cannon for locking bikes to.

No, you don't have to pay to park that bike!

Terry Clark and David Hembrow before starting a ride from Lands End to John o'Groats in July 2006. There is a website describing the entire journey here: http://www.hembrow.eu/lejog/triplog.html

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