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Cycling in Cinderford

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Country Corner Clothing & Footwear. Something nice to wear.

Bicycles, Sheep, Deer, Children, Tractors, Horses and Wild Boar use the roads. This is NOT an empty road.

Segregated Bicycle Path with the Malvern Hills in the background in Staunton.

The Shared Use Bicycle Path in Corse will finish at the corner of Gloucester Road on the A417 and Oridge Street which turns right to Upleadon. The road to Hartpury has HGVs (Heavy Goods Vehicles) and fast cars travelling in convoy at exces ... [more]

Corse & Staunton. A Chartist Settlement since 1848. Segregated Bicycle Path from the HGVs (Heavy Goods Vehicles) and other motorised vehicles.

On the right hand side of the road the Shared Use Bicycle Path starts near Corse. It does not continue all the way from Corse to Hartpury on a very fast road with wide verges that could have a Segregated Bicycle Path.

No Segregated Bicycle Path on the wide space on the verge away from fast traffic on the A417 in Corse. Many Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs) and other Wagons. Excessive Speeding seen on the road that connects M50.

Wild Daffodils in Dymock Woods reached by Bicycle on the Newent Cycling Loop.

Forest of Dean visitor centre.

Forest of Dean visitor centre.

Cyclists on the verge

First ride out on new bike.

Direction signs for Newent Cycling Loop. This picture taken from the Double Decker, Stagecoach West 32 Bus.

Newent Cycling Loop Direction sign in Glebe Close, Newent.

Newent Cycling Loop sign on the side of Newent Library owned by Gloucestershire County Council. Very good to have a map which is in the middle of Newent. It can be seen near the bus stops.

This sign is located on Horsefair Lane in Newent on the traject of the Newent Cycle Loop. It informs people using motorised road vehicles that, "This is NOT an empty road." Alongside the roadside greenery there are the stark red warnings ... [more]

New downhill biking centre opening in March 2016

Wales to England

Cycletrack across Wye Bridge

No climbing on the bridge!

Newnham on Severn High St - busy, but with a useful service road along the west side

A link could be put through the car park from this back road in Newnham on Severn to the riverside embankment - but dog-walkers seem to be the priority here.

A link from Newnham on Severn to Broadoak parallel to the busy main road would be very useful.

A link from Newnham on Severn to Broadoak (in the background) parallel to the busy main road would be very useful.

A link from Newnham on Severn to Broadoak (in the background) parallel to the busy main road would be very useful.

The Severn Way.

Cycle track/service road on north side of Severn bridge

Tintern - former railway bridge, to be Sustrans Connect route

Redbrook - former railway bridge from England to Wales

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