Another 2m of Cycle Track Built!

Two years ago, we reported that cyclists crossing the new bridge over the River Nar from Central Park (known locally as balls-up park after the sculptural balls dotted around it) were expected to cross two metres of grass and jump off a high kerb if they wanted to join Sandpiper Way (in the development opposite ...

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Festive Lights Fun Ride

A few local cyclists who went on the Cambridge Bike Party Christmas Lights Ride yesterday are doing a similar ride in King's Lynn on Thursday evening. Setting off from Lynnsport at 18:30 for a 5 mile ride round King's Lynn ending at the Ouse Booze on Ferry Lane for about 20:00 to coincide with the ...

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King's Lynn's Imaginary Cycling Network

In Norfolk County Council's Cycling and Walking Strategy (previously the Cycling and Walking Action Plan - CWAP), there's a map of the King's Lynn Cycling Network as well as the long-distance route map mentioned in "Bawsey Bumps and the CWAP Map". Here's the King's Lynn Cycling Network: Looks good, doesn't it? Look closer. Look, for ...

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Bawsey Bumps and the CWAP Map

Two years ago, Norfolk County Council consulted on its Cycling and Walking Action Plan. Among the plan's pages, there was this encouraging map: At long last, King's Lynn would get a decent cycle route to the east, offering a more direct official route to Norwich - although still indirect because NCC don't recognise/improve any obvious ...

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