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Cycling in Kingston upon Thames

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Cars accelerate to overtake in a race to get to the pinch point first.

The road sign 'YOUR SPEED' momentarily displays the speed of oncoming vehicles in mph. It then switches to a happy if the recorded speed is less than or equal to 30 mph, otherwise a sad smiley is shown, as here.

In order to get onto Coombe Lane we have to pass through this private office development.

'Cycleway' parallel to the A3 (we think)

'Cycleway' parallel to the A3

Highway engineers can't resist the temptation to place a massive pillar on the track of a cycleway.

'Cycleway' parallel to the A3

'Cycleway' parallel to the A3

This is the 'cycleway' parallel to the A3, squeezing past this bridge ramp next to some sharp edged barrier supports. This is yet another bridge which is virtually impossible to take wheeled items over - not just bikes, but wheelchairs, ... [more]

Pavement cycleway alongside the A3

Pavement cycleway next to the A3

Subway under the A3. I think the ambiguous No Cycling sign refers to the subway here, not the 'cycleway' that runs parallel to the A3 on the left.

A subway under the A3, where there is, of course, no cycling.

This is the parallel 'cycleway' to the A3. On sports days this bit of grass becomes a car park.

The cycle route parallel to the A3 suddenly reduces to a pavement.

Variable - short bits of this route parallel to the A3 can be OK if you don't mind the traffic noise.

They couldn't have made that bridge much more awkward to try and take a bike over. Imagine trying to do it with a trailer! Of course some extreme mountain biker's would see it simply as a challenge (I guess).

Birds swirl over the A3

Parallel with the A3

Riding parallel with the A3

Leaving the shared use cycleway onto the parallel residential road alongside the A3

See #28041.

Horrible pedestrian / cycle bridge over the A3. Theres a new at grade toucan and pegasus crossing nearby that'll mean this bridge will probably be hardly used.

Toucan crossing of the A3 into Wimbledon Common

No motor vehicles sign on this crossing. Horses to the left bikes and people on the right.

Cycle lane on Kingston Hill

A pinch point with a cycle lane on Kingston Hill

These are private roads and were very quiet when we rode through on a Sunday afternoon.

Manorgate Road - a homezone

Narrow advisory cycle lane on Kingston Road.

Dickerage Road - 20 mph

Kingston Road bus lane

Rather grim signs - prohibiting play.

Green Lane cycleway

Stirling Walk, where NO GOLF is permitted.

Grand Avenue

Stainless steel sheffield style cycle parking

Cycle bypass on Lenelby Road

Lenelby Road cycle by-pass

Ivy Road

Cycle parking next to the main entrance of Tolworth Girls School

Red Lion Road

Red Lion Road

Red Lion Road passing Tolworth Hospital

Pyne Road

Ewell Road

Elgar Avenue meets a busy road in Tolworth

Elgar Avenue

Elgar Avenue

Local cycle route 31 along Raeburn Avenue

Greenfield Avenue

Turning into Greenfield Avenue

Junction of Greenfield Avenue with Grand Avenue and there's a schools safety zone.

Cycleway joins a roundabout

Green Lane cycle route The distant sign has route 31 off to the left to Tolworth and Hook, and route 75 to the right to Surbiton and Kingston.

Green Lane cycle route

Green Lane cycleway

Cycleway signage local routes 31 & 75 ROUTE 75 < Surbiton 2 < Kingston 2 ROUTE 31 < Tolworth 1.5 | New Malden 1 > < Hook 3 | London 15 >

Green Lane cycle route

South Park Grove

Useful cycle route under the tunnel

Useful cycle route

The third chicane on this useful route via the railway tunnel.

Beware a bit of broken glass in this tunnel when we went through.

Link to Beresford Road

View of the tunnel under the railway.

Struggling through a chicane

Useful route

Looks like the path off to the left is no cycling for some reason.

The presence of these chicanes probably indicates that this is a useful route for local cyclists.

The access to this route which leads under the railway is unmarked and quite hard to find.

Willow Road, Tolworth

Willow Road

A footpath in Kingston Road park.

One-way for cars, two-way for cycles.

Good practice - parking on both sides of the crossing.

There are bike racks here but more would be useful. Note the bikes on the right locked to the yellow railings.

More needed by Rose Theatre/ Wagamamas. How come they can build a 900 seat theatre and not provide any bike parking nearby?

Josta 2-Tier cycle parking underneath the footbridge at Surbiton station. This parking is now enclosed in a secure compound which requires a swipe card to access - details are at ... [more]

Low headroom subway (2.0m)

Some cycle parking near the entrance to Sainsbury's would be helpful - at the moment people lock their bikes to the trolley parking bays, and the staff take their bikes inside the building. This triangular toast rack bike parking has now be ... [more]

Marked as a cycle route, but there's no dropped kerb!

Some nice new covered cycle racks at Norbiton's station.

There are some nice covered cycle parking stands along here, shame its flagging up as a Cycle Theft hotspot. The text is a little hard to read but suggests going to for a list of bike locks and for b ... [more]

Integration - cycle parking, phone box, recycling (hidden) and bus stop

An old fashioned looking Cycle Shop

Folding bike and Cycle Route into Kingston

Cycle parking crammed into a distant spare corner.

Sign reads: "All bikes locked to these railings will be destroyed." There are some racks behind the photographer.

Double-deck cycle parking at Surbiton station

No entry except cycles AND Pedestrian priority! We need both of these in Cambridge!

A view of congestion from the multi-storey car park above Sainsbury's in Surbiton.

Double-decker cycle parking at Surbiton Railway station.

Outside New Malden railway station - good quality and well used sheffield racks.

Rubbish quality toastrack cycle-parking that seems to have easily fallen victim to vandals.

Cycle parking outside Kingston upon Thames station - nice to have it, but it's so close to the wall that only one side is useable. If they were at a slight angle it would help.

Cycle crossing outside Kingston upon Thames station

Contraflow cycle lane leading south from Kingston upon Thames station

Contraflow cycle route in Kingston upon Thames

Rising bollards on the main cycle route north through Kingston upon Thames

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