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Cycling in Lymington

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The Needles

Junction of byways, Martin Down Nature Reserve

Roman road, Martin Down Nature Reserve

Roman road, Martin Down Nature Reserve

Byway, Martin Down Nature Reserve

Byway, Martin Down Nature Reserve

Byway north from Martin Down Nature Reserve

One sad cycle stand at Martin Down Nature Reserve

An old railway van at Brockenhurst in use as a stores and office for a Cycle Hire firm Location: , Brockenhurst (England, United Kingdom) Taken 23/08/17: I uploaded a similar snap back in 2014, but as the vehicles is still at Brock', ... [more]

No cycling in the station areas on the Hythe Pier, implying that it is allowed in between.

Cyclists cycling on Hythe Pier. They dismounted when they got to the station area.

Shared-use path crossing road next to roundabout.

Separate paths for cycling and walking alongside Long Lane, linking into a parallel service road.

Cycle parking at the sports centre and café, but without any frame support. These two bikes are locked together through their rear wheels, but could be lifted and taken away in a van by a thief!

This minor road has a 40mph speed limit, with reminders painted on the roadway at intervals.

The roads outside of towns here have 40mph speed limits rather than the National Speed Limit.

Hurst Spit - this is the only land connection to Hurst Castle and is cycle permissive although a difficult ride of 1.5 miles on shingle. To avoid this you can leave your bike at Keyhaven and take the Castle Ferry.

Lymington Town Station, with covered cycle parking

Beaulieu Creek, opposite the entrance to the National Motor Museum. No parking facilities for cyclists here, very limited secure parking anywhere!

Hatchet Pond, convenient stopping point for touring cyclists

Leaving an approved off-road New Forest cycle route at Rans Wood and about to re-join a tarmac surface. The approved routes through the forest are generally hard gravel sometimes with a surface dressing and are suitable for most bike types ... [more]

Cyclists from the CycleBognor group on one of the approved cycling trails through the New Forest, near the Hawkhill enclosure (Markerpost 331)

@VeryBritishDude @carltonreid oh, I think I win. Near my parents. Forces mum with dodgy hips to walk in the road. http://t.co/zodnSHqzkA

Wight Light ferry docked at Lymington, showing cyclists queuing Location: , Lymington (England, United Kingdom)

Lymington ferry terminal Location: , Lymington (England, United Kingdom)

No ferry, showing slipway ahead and passenger tunnel to left Location: , Lymington (England, United Kingdom)

Route to Lymington Pier station from passenger way Location: , Lymington (England, United Kingdom)

Lymington Ferry terminal, looking away from ferry, terminal building on right Location: , Lymington (England, United Kingdom)

Watch the bollards outside the fire station.

Lomographicated cycle parking, on Lymington's quayfront. Yes; cycle parking--that's what it seems to be; and, if not, why not? Think about that one, then.

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