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Photo listing : general sign/notices (problem)

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Not a real dead end, and the one-way section could easily be two-way for cycling.

The End of Route sign applies only to the ramp to the trading estate - and why, anyway?

Clearly marked as a footpath only, who knows why cycles aren't welcome?

At last the roadworks (with Cyclists Dismount and go somewhere unspecified signs) on the A30 have finished and there's a new rail/bus interchange - cyclists are told to dismount to cross to the station, and there's no indication at all that ... [more]

'use bike racks provided'... I couldn't see any.

The Pedestrian Zone sign seems bizarre, but the road to the right would be traffic-free if the rising bollards were working.

Unenforceable nonsense in Mevagissey - cars are allowed to reach the parking, but cycling isn't allowed?

You can drive but not cycle? Absurd.

No Cycling sign in a car park on what should be the obvious link to a riverside extension of NCN route 32 (the Camel Trail)

No Cycling on a car park access road? Ridiculously negative attitude in Wadebridge, where this would be the obvious link to a riverside extension of the Camel Trail.

Why does British traffic engineering require so many negative 'End of Cycle Route' signs? This is wrong anyway, just before a toucan crossing and a cycle link to the right.

Both these dead ends are in fact handy through routes for cycling - route signs needed.

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.

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

No Cycling on this useful link to Port Isaac

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

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

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

We wouldn't have to dismount if the dropped kerb was in the right place, we could just contine on the road like normal human beings.Why do British cycle routes get chopped up into these isolated portions/

Of course it's not the end of the cycle route, it's just a point from which you have to cycle on the road like a normal human being. Why do British traffic engineers have this irrestistible urge to make cycling on roads seem wrong?

No Motor Vehicles sign turned around at the rear of Bodmin College.

No Cycling sign hidden in the tree to top left.

Useful (very quiet) link across the A30 spoilt by an anal No Cycling sign (at one end only).

End of token shared-use path, funded by the Sainsburys on the site of the much-lamented heliport - why on earth not encourage cyclists to continue?

'Except Cycles' plate needed on this Dead End sign by the Cycle Centre in Penzance

'Except Cycles' plate needed on this Dead End sign in Penzance

'Except Cycles' plate needed on this Dead End sign in Penzance

Notice posted by First Great Western and therefore totally ignoring all other services eg Cross Country.

Some wit has turned this sign 90 degrees.

Anti-cycling sign and barrier

It seems that surfers, like cyclists, suffer similar kinds of unwelcoming rules as to which trains they can take their equipment on board. But this information notice at Newquay Station has generated some chatter. Apparently First Great ... [more]

Offensive nonsense (cyclists are expected to go around the busy A30 roundabout instead).

More one-way streets.

Cyclists are forced to follow the cycle lane into the turn right here as all the streets in this photo are one-way streets. What a mess!

Newquay is full of no-entry signs making navigation by bike un-necessarily complex.

Dead end? not for cyclists (and pedestrians).

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