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Photo listing : cycleways

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When the 153 bike and bag cars are added to the trains please can tandems be allowed to enable disabled people and their partners to reach the highlands. Unable to get to Oban or Fort Willam by train currently as Scotrail ban tandems and t ... [more]

Busy 50mph road linking Wallace monument and university with pavement cycle path to Menstrie

Route from Cambuskenneth to university takes in Alloa Rd.

Trunk Roads, need cycle path as roads are too busy to cycle safely on for most people, but especially families and children. Would be great if cycle path to Tyndrum could be completed and a new one for Killin

The entire main street has narrow pavements that are unsuitable for cycling (or walking). The road is narrow and busy and unsuitable for cycling. The solution wider pavements, chicanes, cycle lanes and a 20mph speed limit

Having spent the last year digging this road up I don’t know why it wasn’t widened to include a cycle path between Stirling and the hospital in Larbert It is too narrow for cyclists

Dual carriageway has room for segregated cycle space. Road dips conceal cyclists, speeding traffic has caused deaths and regular near misses.

Busy wide A91 needs segregated cycle space from Pike road to Cowie Road and Bannockburn Road

Busy wide A91 needs segregated cycle space from Manor Powis to Springkerse retail park, PEAK, St Modan's High school

This is a Sustrans route to avoid the busy road but the surface is not suitable for road bikes.

There is no safe crossing here for pedestrians and cyclists coming in from Plean on A9 and Cowie on B9124. Crossing near the roundabouts is very hazardous & I have had several near misses. Sight lines are poor. An extension of a cycleway ... [more]

A favourite road for cyclists but needing resurfaced as full of potholes and temporary patching

Road surface atrocious in places. Potholes, lumpy patches etc. It’s a popular cycle route and needs resurfaced

Improve a short section of the existing path which has large loose stone and difficult to cycle along by spreading and compacting a smaller gravel/sand mix on the surface As has been done on the rest of it.

Introduce cycle path along Queen's Rd and Victoria Pl as this is a busy road with cyclists wanting access to the King's Park recreational area.

Popular cycling route, but the roads to Carron Valley from Stirling and along to Fintry are atrocious. They need resurfaced.

This road surface is absolutely awful. Needs resurfaced.

Farmer often locks the gate across this national cycle path

Sustrans path but gates too narrow to let a bike handlebar go through. Some gates at the end almost impossible to get a bike through without turning it on its end. Take out the barriers. Often littered with broken glass

This road into Bridge of Allan from Dunblane is not only busy at the best of times, but it is fed by a motorway and the speed at which is the same as motorway by some drivers. The path is riddled with tree roots and could be resurfaced for ... [more]

Introduce proposed cycle lane from town centre along Albert Pl to Royal Gdns as this is a very busy main road into town.

This road used to be two lane, they made it one lane, but should have given over the space to a decorated cycle lane instead of just hatching it over.

Busy roundabout. Has underpass but poorly designed for cycle use

This is a Sustrans route, but off road track and so not suitable for anything other than a mountain or gravel bike

Road surface here is really bad for cyclists (especially northbound). There are potholes and cracks, poor quality lumpy repairs and loose bits of surface, all on a really fast section of the road.

Very dangerous access to a cycle path

Busy road and no cycleway

Very busy road providing main Access from urban area to Aberfoyle and Trossachs

Too many cars tempted to close pass on the motorway bridge into oncoming traffic

NCN76

Steep decent through Achran Forest

Track crossing cycle path, leaving Callander

2017 Scotland Bike Tour Day 1: Near Croftamie

National cycle network (no really it is). https://t.co/riqnsM0nEZ

Strathkelvin Railway Cycl Path looking East from Dunglass

Gravel Track from Cowie

Please enter a description...New bridge over old railway wooden trestle one

Cycle Lane is in the "Door Danger Zone". Do not use this type of cycle lane, you risk having a door opened in your face

Hashing to keep cyclists out of the "door danger zone" when using the cycle lane

Back on NCN7 Location: near Gartness (Scotland, United Kingdom) It was just over two years ago in June 2009, when I last cycled along this stretch of NCN7 albeit that I was going the other way, en route from Balloch to Pitlochry.

Replacement Bridge Location: , Lochearnhead (Scotland, United Kingdom) At Craggan, between Balquidder Station and Lochearnhead, NCN Route 7 follows the route of the old Lochearnhead, St Fillans and Comrie Railway, before climbing stee ... [more]

View along tarmac off road path with lighting. As a result of Land Reform (Scotland) Act people have the right of non motorised access to most land in Scotland including private roads, tracks and paths. Thus this is not a footpath.

Glen Ogle viaduct, which now carries NCN 7 cycle path

NCN 7 cycle path towards Drymen at Aberfoyle

NCN 7 bridge at Croftamie, built on piers of former railway viaduct

Steep descent towards Killin - take care!

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