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We made it into the Financial Times πŸ€— Better deliveries. Better cities. We'll keep shouting it from the rooftops! P.S. We just had to have a scroll through the FT comment section, and this one was gold... #cargobikedeliveries #cargobikes … [more]

Pedestrian killed by royal escort Early report Dies after coma

Cycles crossing from Wellington Street to Waterloo Bridge have an awkward merge.


William IV Street, Covent Garden, London.

St Martin's Lane, Covent Garden with the towers of London Coliseum and St. Martin-in-the-Fields in the distance. Lots of roadworks in the area make it effectively pedestrianized.

Outdoor seating on Tottenham Court Road. BUSES AND 🚲 AHEAD ONLY

Bike share Euston Road.

King's Cross Station at coronation 2023 time.

Belgrove Street, King's Cross with St. Pancras in the background.

Tight double-parked Santander Cycles, presumably stacked like this ready for the morning rush.

Densely packed Santander Cycles awaiting tomorrow's rush.

Lime Bikes in Belgrove Street

Torrington Place segregated cycleway

Gordon Square

Gower Street, London

Kerb segregated cycleway, Gower Street, London

Store Street

Tottenham Court Road

Tottenham Court Road

Tottenham Court Road

Oxford Street at coronation time, 2023.

Oxford Street at coronation time, 2023.

Oxford Street at coronation time, 2023.

Oxford Street at coronation time, 2023.

Oxford Street at coronation time, 2023.

Times on signs: ↑ Marble Arch 6 mins ↑ 🚲 C55 Hyde Park Corner (via crossing) 1 min ➀ 🚲 C3

Bike Hangar on Harrington Road

Queen's Gate / Cromwell Road

Hardly any bikes left for hire at this time of the morning, the two in the distance had problems.

Diana, Princess of Wales memorial fountain.

Towpaths & quietways as cycling infra - a personal thread 🧡 Seen a few debates about how much towpaths & tracks across commons etc should be relied upon as cycling infra, especially for women 🚲 Well I confronted this very issue last … [more]

[Image taken 19.4.23] Russia Dock Woodland, Rotherhithe, London. [NOTE Posted and captioned on behalf of the photographer] "I hope what they put in is temporary, it's a rectangular metal mesh tube and the sign appeared two weeks later. The … [more]

As always, a proportion of our journey from #Tottenham into central #London had no safe #cycling infrastructure, which made sections of the route pretty hairy. Better cycling infrastructure 🚲= more active travel = healthier environment 🌎 … [more]

Tavistock Place

Bury Place, Quietway 1

Bury Place, Quietway 1

Clerkenwell Road, London

Look Mum No Hands, Old Street, London

Old Street, A5201 LETS TRY ... AND BE HAPPY

Old Street: Cyclists Merging

Old Street

Old Street

Old Street

Stamford Street, Waterloo, London

A302 approaching Westminster Bridge


A302 segregated cycleway

York Road, Waterloo

York Road, Waterloo big road junction.

York Road, Waterloo

Station Approach - to the back of Waterloo Station - a grim olfactory road under the railway.

Station Approach - to the back of Waterloo Station - a grim olfactory road under the railway.

York Road, Waterloo

A bike tour in progress on Sermon Lane, near St. Paul's cathedral.

Limeburner Lane

Crossing Farringdon Street

St Bride Street, London

Whitefriars Street, London

Lime Bikes on Fleet Street

Bolt Court - a lane off Fleet Street Home to the Sun newspaper in the latter half of the twentieth century. Highlighting cover page: King Elvis Dead - from edition dated August 17, 1977

Gough Square

Gough Square, home to Dr. Samuel Johnson's house.

Wine Office Court

The surplus drinking water is drained from the 2000litre tanks after the half marathon.

A4 Fetter Lane, where discarded paper cups from the half marathon have been rounded up.

Cyclists accompany the last runner in the half-marathon.

Temple Bar, Strand, presenting progress parade to the Guildhall, November 9th 1837

Temple Bar, Strand, London Detailed relief of a trip to St. Paul's by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, February 27th 1872

Samuel Johnson


Kingsway, Covent Garden, London

Drury Lane, Covent Garden, London London Cycle Network signs for: Euston and King's Cross straight on Left for Covent Garden, Soho RIght for The City and Islington But I think it has been rotated 180 degrees.

Drury Lane

High Holborn

Plantlocks - looking a bit neglected.

Wardour Street, London

Cycle hire in Soho Square

Oxford Street, London

Oxford Street, London

Oxford Street, London

Ramillies Street racks

Oxford Circus panorama

Magnolia by the cycle racks.

Hanover Street

Roadspace claimed for pedestrians and covered with planters in Regent Street, London

Except cycles in Oxendon and Panton Streets

Panton Street, West End, London

Bike rental in Bedford Way

Eclectic mix of electric bikes in Cambridge Circus.

One of mother's grandfathers was killed just a few days before the armisitice was signed, which is why Uncle John was a conscientious objector. Tavistock Square

Racks opposite the British Medical Association, BMA.

Cycle parking in the middle of the road between St Pancras and King's Cross

Biking along London's super sewer before it opens. 25km tunnel Acton Battersea Becton

[Image created 11.3.23] Western Avenue, London. The cycle (wheeling) entry point to the crossing. Context: #191923.

[Image created 11.3.23] The Approach, London. Context and links: #191923.

[Image created 11.3.23] Perryn Road, London. Context and links: #191923. I can see visually it is an attractive design. However, in use it is impractical: those steps that cross the 'rolling' route. Cyclists/scooters/mobility scooter … [more]

[Image created 11.3.23] Perryn Road, London. This looks a design that could work where gentle height gain is needed to replace an existing too steep route: #191338. And at a location where the railway severs a community from the hospital … [more]

Typical for the London-Cambridge trains, 3 unfolded bikes and a neat row of folded Bromptons.

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