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Gallery: Cycle City in the sunshine

Where is lovlier than Cambridge on a sunny day ?

This gallery was created on Monday, 1st March 2010

Cambridge Market. Why drive into town when you can just wheel your bike up to the market stalls ?

Park and ride - near the Market

A dapper chap on King's parade

Off to a game ? Kings Parade

Summer dress

Summer in the city

Sunshine in St Andrews Street

Summer dresses and wicker baskets

A splash of colour. Sidney Street.

Delivery coming through

This could be Italy

Flower shopping - Cambridge Market

A little sunshine makes the world a brighter place. Kings Parade with the Grasshopper Clock in the background.

Cambridge Market in the June sunshine

Lammas Land cycle path. Very popular cycle path across Lammas Land. Although "segregated" the two halves are much too narrow for people to be able to pass without somebody crossing the line into the "wrong" half of the path.

Cambridge's town centre "bus station" is Emmanuel Street, with stands overflowing into neighbouring streets and a bus garage on the corner with Parkside. It is now one way for motor traffic, with a contraflow lane to maintain 2 way cycle ... [more]

Bus stands in St Andrews Street, just around the corner from the main "bus station" in Emmanuel Street. General traffic is restricted here by the flying motorbike sign. The street is one way to motor traffic, 2 way to cycling - note the ... [more]

Who needs segregation ? Excellent cycle route across Parkers Piece, no segregation which means people can use their common sense rather than being herded into places where they do not fit. Plenty of width + plenty of visibility = no c ... [more]

Who needs segregation ? Excellent cycle route across Parkers Piece, no segregation which means people can use their common sense rather than being herded into places where they do not fit. Plenty of width + plenty of visibility = no c ... [more]

Cycling along the riverbank. What better way is there to get to work ?

Away from the traffic, commuting is so much more sociable and relaxing. Midsummer Common.

Doing the school run. Jesus Green.

Doing the school run. Jesus Green.

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