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Shepherd Market - I'd forgotten it actually existed. Not a cycleway, though.

We're still a long way short of the full million people on the Put It To The People march, but there's still clearly no way through for a cyclist.

Another West End cut-through

No Cycling in this stylish new courtyard development

No Cycling in this stylish new courtyard development

Cyclist on Bourchier Street (so called), Soho

Part of an art work at the Royal Academy...

No cycling on this cut-through

The evening commute in Kensington Gardens

Double-ranked bike-sharing station

Large and well-stocked cycle-sharing station.

People can take bikes on parts of the London Underground (eg the Circle line here at Paddington) but it's a very rare sight!

Bentley's (famous for fish) - using bicycle symbolism, but blocking the alley.

Pedestrianisation in Covent Garden - no cycling

Pedestrianisation in Covent Garden - no cycling.

Trafalgar Square with coverage of the Tour de France in Yorkshire.

Groups from two bike tour companies on Trafalgar Square with coverage of the Tour de France in Yorkshire behind.

Geovation Alumni launch event.

A First Great Western HST - the bike space is not now in the power car but in the end of the first carriage.

An hour earlier there were no Barclays Bikes here - then a van arrived.

BBC World News at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-21805068 poses the nightmare question: What if everyone had a car? Apparently over 1 billion do already, and the path of development seems to be towards something that looks pretty muc ... [more]

2 Temple Place (William Waldorf Astor's place) - cycle parking needed.

Anna Soubry MP, minister for public health, speaking at the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry on cycling

Cambridge Cycling Campaign's representative (right, centre) giving evidence to the 'Get Britain Cycling' Parliamentary Inquiry.

Cambridge Cycling Campaign's representative (right, centre) giving evidence to the 'Get Britain Cycling' Parliamentary Inquiry.

One of the iconic images of 2012? A cycling Tory, no less.

Martin from CycleStreets giving a talk about Cyclescape - http://blog.cyclescape.org/faq/

Martin from CycleStreets giving a talk about Cyclescape - http://blog.cyclescape.org/faq/

'Boris bike' station at new development by Victoria station

Victoria Embankment Gardens - including the cycle-themed planters at rear - were RHS prize finalists in 2012.

Cycle-themed plant holders in Victoria Embankment Gardens

Existing sign is correct

Marylebone - a beautiful station except for the lack of cycle parking outside the ticket barriers (and season ticket holder-only parking beyond the barriers)

Megan from the Times, on The Big Ride, organised by London Cycling Campaign, when 10,000 people came out on a wet day to show their strong support for a better and more cycleable London.

Bile Hub app and CycleStreets featured in London Transport Museum's 'Sense and the city' exhibition

Bike Hub app and CycleStreets featured at the Sense and the City exhibition, at the London Transport Museum

OpenCycleMap featured in London Transport Museum's 'Sense and the city' exhibition

OpenCycleMap and OpenStreetMap featured at the Sense and the City exhibition, at the London Transport Museum

Bike Hub app and CycleStreets featured at the Sense and the City exhibition, at the London Transport Museum

Bike Hub app and CycleStreets featured at the Sense and the City exhibition, at the London Transport Museum

A meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group at the end of the MP's bike ride in Bike Week 2011. Julian Huppert (centre) chairs, with Parliamentary under Secretary for Department for Transport, Norman Baker on his left.

Ramped access to the River Terrace of Somerset House - nice, but not as yet a through route.

Purporting as "Cycling Safety" this is a video made of a laptop showing a page that has been removed from the official Department for Transport's "Tales of the Road" site. Participants are invited to bash the children over the head with ... [more]

Never mind allowing cycling, a security guard told me I wasn't even allowed to take photos here. Some property developers are so up themselves.

Einstein on a bike on a phonebox. No, I don't know why.

Docking station for London's cycle hire scheme.

A early 20th century photo at the London Transport Museum showing chaos on the roads - with lots of dodgy manoeuvres. Nothing much changed there then!

The Jubilee Bridge - too busy for cycling (though there is a lift)

The Jubilee Bridge - too busy for cycling (though there is a lift)

APPCG meeting

Paddington - no cycling on the access path above the future Crossrail portal.

No Cycling on this link from Paddington station to Paddington Basin

Big loudspeakers pumping out some sounds on London's SkyRide

London's SkyRIde

Looking down on London's SkyRide

Now that's what I call a lot of bikes! Skyride 2009

Presentation to Tour of Britain 2009 winner Edvald Boasson Hagen

Tour of Britain presentation

Great Western Paddington Band, playing to commuters since the 1920s http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nn8Z6ipA6pM

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18523.

Hide Tower, Regency Street

CycleStreets, on-screen at the Terra Future Conference 2009, at the RGS.

Space for much-needed cycle parking at the Royal Geographical Society.

Space for much-needed cycle parking at the Royal Geographical Society.

Oxford Circus, which needs to be pedestrianised.

Hyde Park Corner - cyclist waiting to make a right turn

Hyde Park Corner - crossing from Lanesborough Place.

footbridge over Paddington Basin

bridge over Paddington Basin - there's a ramp but cyclists should push.

Waiting to cross five lanes of traffic outside Buckingham Palace

Surprisingly rural view in Central London.

Scuttlers: Crossing the road in Trafalgar Square

A meeting of the Department for Transport's Mapping Working Party, which map developers Simon and Martin attended.

Map developers Martin (left) and Simon (right) called to meet with the Department for Transport.

Signs on the back of buses that say no cycles.

The ongoing protest in front of Parliament.

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