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Cycling in Kingston upon Thames

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Cycle pump.

Racks opposite New Malden station are full but there's plenty of space for more!

The Cut

Mount Pleasant Road between Norbiton and New Malden.

Stainless steel cycle racks - end ones have a tapping rail so that people with visual impairments using a stick can detect them.

I think these handle shaped wall fixings are for bikes.

Pump and work stand in front of Norbiton station, but it’s still wrong that so much of the prime forecourt space is given to motor vehicle storage!

Norbiton

The new traffic-free layout under the railway at Skerne Road in Kingston is now complete. https://t.co/foyG8f5gJw

A3 parallel cycle route

A3 parallel cycle route here on the local road parallel with the actual A3.

A3 parallel cycle route here on the local road parallel with the actual A3.

A3 parallel cycle route here on the local road parallel with the actual A3.

Hideous steps and stepped ramps. Masterpieces of inaccessibility :-/ To really rub it in that no cycling sign is lit - but not the rest of the bridge!

A3 parallel route

Useful link off A3 parallel route

Link through a wooden chicane to the parallel A3 route at the end of this private riad.

A rather pathetic atempt at a cycle by-pass to a pinch point. 30cm narrow lumpy cycleway goes up and over a grassy build out.

Gloucester Road, Kingston

Shark's Teeth on Gloucester Road, Kingston

Mini-roundabout Kenley Road / Gloucester Road, Kingston

Kenley Road, Norbiton

Busy roads in Kingston

Gloucester Road

Gloucester Road

Kenley Road, Norbiton

Advanced Stop Line, Kingston

Q19 Kingston cycleway becomes shared use at bus stop

Q19 Kingston segregated cycleway

Q19 Kingston segregated cycleway

Q19 Kingston

Q19 Kingston

Q19

Q19 cycleway Kingston

Combined cycle and zebra crossing on Portsmouth Road.

Q19 Kingston

Q19 new cycleway

A combined zebra and cycle crossing in Kingston.

NCN75 Palmer Crescent

NCN75 Kingston

NCN75 Berrylands

NCN75 Berrylands

NCN75

Racks near Kingston shopping area

Skerne Walk

Skerne Walk

A false speed cushion - this is just white paint creating the illusion of a speed cushion.

Speed cushions

No space for cycling on this riverside path in Kingston

London Cycle Route 33 passing a bus stop and access to a residential cul de sac

London cycle route 33 from Kingston to Ham

Roads in central Kingston were closed on Saturday for Christmas shopping, with no allowance made for cyclists.

No space for cycling on this riverside path in Kingston

Cut-through in Kingston

Roads in central Kingston were closed on Saturday for Christmas shopping, with no allowance made for cyclists.

Bikes, buses and taxis only here in central Kingston

Cut-through in Kingston

Cycle parking, Kingston

I assume this No Cycling sign has been turned around.

Limited cycle parking at Kingston library

Contraflow cycle lane on Fairfield West, Kingston

Cycle and pedestrian crossing across the Kingston inner relief road

Short cut to road crossing, Kingston

No Entry Except Cycles on London cycle routes 33 and 74

London Cycle Routes 33 and 74 on a bus/bike/taxi-only route

London Cycle Route 75 crossing the Kingston inner relief road

London Cycle Route 75 crossing the Kingston inner relief road to join a bus & bike-only road

London Cycle Route 75 crossing the Kingston inner relief road

Shared-use footway and crossing by the Kingston inner relief road

Road closure at the Kingston inner relief road

Route signs at the north end of Springfield Road bridge

London Cycle Route 75 entering Kingston across the Springfield Road bridge

London Cycle Route 75 entering Kingston across the Springfield Road bridge

London Cycle Route 75 approaching the Springfield Road bridge into Kingston

London Cycle Route 75 turns right at this roundabout

Route signs on the edge of Kingston

Short-cut towards Berrylands station from the junction of cycle routes from Surbiton and Kingston

Short-cut to the junction of cycle routes to Surbiton and Kingston

The almost vanished green surface marks a short-cut to the junction of cycle routes to Surbiton and Kingston

London Cycle Route 75 from Berrylands station

London Cycle Route 75 from Berrylands station

London Cycle Route 75 from Berrylands station

London Cycle Route 75 passing under the railway at Berrylands station

Possible alternative access to Berrylands station and LCN route 75

Possible alternative access to Berrylands station

London Cycle Route 75 passing under the railway at Berrylands station, with space for decent cycle parking.

There's not a lot of point having dropped kerbs and route markings on the road if drivers can just park across them.

It's unfortunate that the sign might lead some cyclists to cut across in front of the roundabout.

Dead End except cycles sign on LCN route 75

London Cycle Route 75 turns right around the roundabout to Berrylands station

Link from London Cycle Route 31

Bridge on Sterling Walk, Berrylands

No Golf - but cycling is not a worry here.

Possible alternative route to Berrylands station

Junction of London cycle routes 31 and 75 - I don't know why the sign was placed over to the right when a pole was available to the left.

London cycle routes 31 and 75 crossing the Hogsmill River.

Car hiding the marking for London route 75

Signs for London routes 31 and 75

Cyclist on London route 75

Unsigned approach to the tunnel beneath the railway.

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