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Cycling in Shepton Mallet

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Pedal-powered craft stall at Glastonbury 2017

Police on bikes at Glastonbury Festival 2016

Bicycle with wings, at Glastonbury 2016

Junction on NCN route 24 near Babbington.

Junction on NCN route 24 near Babbington.

NCN route 24 near Babbington - properly paved former railway route.

NCN route 24 near Babbington - properly paved former railway route.

No step-free access to this short stretch of rail trail.

Wookey Hole - the cycle parking is much closer than the car park - even if only one side is useable.

NCN route 3 entering Wookey Hole

No Cycling in the lovely Ebbor Gorge nature reserve

Glastonbury Festival - dedicated cycle parking area near Pedestrian Gate A.

Glastonbury Festival - dedicated cycle parking area.

Path only suitable for mountain bikes. Had to walk with road bike. Risk of puncture on this section.

Crap Cycle Path Design Part 99 Location: , Buckland Dinham (England, United Kingdom) Why, oh why did they design a cattle grid on a cycle path where you have to steer your bike whilst on the wet slippery grids. Just goes to show what ... [more]

Sunny Saturday Simply Cycling in Somerset Location: , Mells (England, United Kingdom) Super. Mells. See where this picture was taken. [?]

Junction of Mells Road and Hatchet Hill, near Kilmersdon, Somerset, UK

NCN24 Sign at Great Elm Location: , Great Elm (England, United Kingdom) It only took about four years of patient negotiation with the local authority and the local populace by Sustrans but, at long last, one of the last unsigned junc ... [more]

Bikes parked at Glastonbury 2010 (no stands provided)

Side-by-side tandem and trailer, Glastonbury 2010

Cycle-trishaw charging around rather crazily, Glastonbury 2010

Unusual cyclists posing for photos, Glastonbury 2010

Get yourself photographed with cyclists, how very novel - Glastonbury 2010.

Cyclists at the back of the crowd watching Snoop Dogg, Glastonbury 2010

Bikes at Glastonbury 2010 (where there are no bike stands). On a screen in the distance, Snoop Dogg - probably not a cyclist.

Police at Glastonbury 2010.

'Peddling refreshment' - bike-powered smoothie blender at Glastonbury 2010.

'Peddling refreshment' - bike-powered smoothie blender at Glastonbury 2010

Most of the people who pay to attend the Glastonbury Festival walk around the site, most of those who are paid to be there go around in Land Rovers, a few smart people bring bikes.

Cycle-powered family at Glastonbury 2010

Stylish cyclist and security guard at Glastonbury 2010

The Rinky-Dink, a pedal-powered bicycle with a sound system.

The Rinky-Dink, a pedal-powered bicycle with a sound system.

The Rinky-Dink, a pedal-powered bicycle with a sound system.

Sustrans stall in the Green Fields at Glastonbury Festival

Pedal-powered cinema at Glastonbury Festival

Bicycle-powered sound system in a tent at Glastonbury

Bike amongst the flags at the Glastonbury Festival

The Electric Transport Shop in the Green Fields at Glastonbury Festival

Brilliant Tube-style map in Shangri-La at Glastonbury Festival

The 'Green Police' at Glastonbury

Catching a lift off the back of a track at the Glastonbury Festival

Police using the most efficient form of transport available at Glastonbury

Glastonbury Festival Map of the site at: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/data/image/Fineguide-10-map-may-update.jpg

Interesting signage at the Glastonbury Festival

Great bike spotted at the Glastonbury Festival 2008.

Bike-powered bubble blowing at the Sustrans stall at Glastonbury Festival 2008

Bike-powered mobile phone charging at Glastonbury Festival 2008

Electric bikes, next to the Sustrans stall, at the Glastonbury Festival 2007.

Bike used to transport a nut stall, at the Glastonbury Festival 2007.

Trying out bikes, at the Glastonbury Festival 2007.

The Rinky-Dink, bike-powered/mounted sound system, at the Glastonbury Festival 2007.

The Rinky-Dink, bike-powered/mounted sound system, at the Glastonbury Festival 2007.

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