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@hopsncheese George Street, #Huntingdon would benefit from 2 way cycling - part of @sustrans #NationalCycleNetwork route. @Huntingdon_Town views needed. @AmyBurbidge2 @Tomstukeley

Statue of a man pointing at a bicycle.

It's pretty poor that on purpose-built new infrastructure, cyclists on NCN route 51 should have to take a sharp turn and use a zebra crossing.

Signs indicate that buses used to run through the centre of St Ives, but the bollards are fixed now (on NCN route 51)

Cyclists on NCN route 51 towards the Busway should turn left here before the roundabout.

Shared-use footway to the Hemingfords

They really don't want cycling on this paved footpath to St Ives

Odd - there was no indication of a shared-use path until it suddenly ended.

Odd - we haven't got to St Ives yet, and there's a sign on the wrong side of the road for Fenstanton and Cambridge.

Paved link from NCN route 51 - there's a barrier at the end, but no reason why this should be a footpath only.

Route signs on NCN route 51

Left-turn arrow hidden by a planning notice.

Sign for NCN route 51 to Huntingdon

Road closure in the centre of St Ives - on NCN route 51

Lovely pathway between the Houghton Mill (National Trust site) and NCR 51. Looks like it has been recently resurfaced and widened. Land is under private ownership and path is permissive. Being in a flood plain it is occasionally impassable ... [more]

The traffic-free St Ives Bridge

Shared-use cycleway passing under the A14 viaduct (being patched together to last a few more years) - I didn't see any Route 51 markings at all in Godmanchester.

Track now hard surface(Aug 2014) thanks to Sustrans, Amey Cespa and CCC Should now be passable year round

Crossing the ditch. Thanks to Anglian Water

NCN Routes 12&51

The no entry versus contraflow cycle lanes here are very ambiguous.

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