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Finally got round to trying out the cycle track between Raynes Park and New Malden today. For five minutes I felt like a Dutch person. Just shows what can be done. https://t.co/33EQh3FOOX

Co-op might want someone who has seen a bicycle to reposition the cycle rack in front of its store, if it wants more than one person to stop by.

Cargo bike finally met its nemesis on @MertonCycling patch. This at the end of an alleyway half a mile long, no "no cycling" signage, and it's too narrow to turn an 8'6 bike around. Reversing up on foot it is 😡 https://t.co/fOgKLWAQqO ... [more]

Cycle parking by the tram station

Upon reviewing footage of some commotion I saw out the corner of my eye this morning, I realise I've caught a cyclist being hit by a driver turning across #CS7 in #Tooting. Hope you're OK, buddy, & got driver's details. Let me know if you n ... [more]

Pavement outside local gym

Tooting High Street

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood

Merton High Street

Merton High Street

Merton High Street The cycleway here helps bypass this busy junction.

Merton High Street

Merton High Street

Merton High Street The narrow cycle markings appear to have been deleted here.

Merton High Street

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood - after CS7 the blue paint is gone - and the cycle lane feels a bit narrower and more exposed

High Street Colliers Wood - after CS7 the blue paint is gone - and the cycle lane feels a bit narrower and more exposed

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood - not much fun having to overtake stored motor vehicles on the cycle superhighway

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood

High Street Colliers Wood

@rantyhighwayman @seanlondonandon The path to that underpass also has this ridiculous collection of mixed messages. http://t.co/3jbxCkPtXV

Pavements are for cars, right? Cos no people live around here, only machines. http://t.co/n5zCAEWrYU

Car parked over dropped kerb at end of path between roads, forming part of the Wandle Trail, in Merton

Kissing gate at entrance to Mitcham Common

AW Cycles Great old bike shop in South Wimbledon. This is the counter at the front of the shop. In the workshop at the back there is a big cast iron oven that was used for drying bike frames after they had been painted. I've got a photo ... [more]

Cannon Hill Common Location: Bushey Mead, London (England, United Kingdom) Looking very Lush this summer

Mike's Bike Surgery Aberconway Road, Morden

View of a street in Raynes Park from a train.

Racks, Raynes Park Cycle parking on the platform.

London Network 74. Needs a gardener!

Well

Colliers Wood / Wandle Park

Colliers Wood / Wandle Park

The cycle track through Wimbledon Common

Josta 2-Tier parking in the cycle-park on the footbridge at Wimbledon station. The cycle-park is locted behind the cafes (there is a sign). Installed by Cycle-Works - http://www.cycle-works.com/

Cycle space on refurbished South West Trains inner-suburban train.

Cycle parking at London's newest station, Mitcham Eastfields.

Road closure and cycle route (to right) at London's newest station, Mitcham Eastfields.

The Wandle Way on shared-use footway by the A217 Bishopsgord Road

The Wandle Way passing the National Trust's Watermeads (St Helier)

New bridge for the Wandle Way parallel to the A217

There are some strange bridges on the Wandle Way (approximate location).

On the Wandle Way

Link from the Wandle Way

Morden Road crossing, the Wandle Way

Unimpressive exit from Morden Hall Park

Bridge in Morden Hall Park

Signage in the National Trust's Morden Hall Park.

The Wandle Way entering the National Trust's Morden Hall Park

The Wandle Way crossing the Croydon Tramlink line.

The Wandle Way, Merton

Rear link to Merton Abbey Mills - not cycle-friendly.

Link to famers' market at Merton Abbey Mills

Wandle Way signage at Merantun Way

The Wandle Way crossing Merantun Way (former railway) and passing through a gateway of the long-lost Merton Abbey.

The Wandle Way at the Colliers Wood Superstore.

The Wandle Way passing the site of William Morris's printing works

Road closure at the Wandle Trail, Colliers Wood

Signage on the Wandle Way, Colliers Wood

Road closure on the Wandle Way, Colliers Wood.

The Wandle Way passing under the Tooting-Wimbledon railway.

Wandle Way (right), viewing platform by the river and railway (left)

The Wandle Way crossing Plough Lane, Wimbledon

What a shame - a fine access ramp from a new housing development to the Wandle Way presumably closed due to security concerns.

End of the asphalt on this section of the Wandle Way

Signage on the Wandle Way at link to Weir Road Industrial Estate.

Horses have priority on Wimbledon Common.

Start of cycle route across Wimbledon Common from West Place.

Start of cycle route north across Wimbledon Common

Path through a golf club.

Track across Wimbledon Common

Track across Wimbledon Common

Track through Wimbledon Common

Track through Wimbledon Common

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