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Gallery: Badly-parked bike

Cambridge police's poorly-conceived attempt to highlight the issue of poorly-parked bikes, a problem which all responsible cyclists would agree needs tackling. However, the police fail to tackle the problem of illegally-parked cars, as users of twitter highlighted:

This gallery was created on Wednesday, 30th December 2015

Another example from Cambridge City of how NOT to leave your bike...... #badlyparkedbike

Three vehicles parked on pavement and cycle lane, 50m from police station. #BadlyParkedBike @PCCCambs @CambridgeCops

Lorry in bike lane; bikes by poles as no parking. 30m from police station. @CambridgeCops @PCCCambs #BadlyParkedBike

Another van stops in cycle lane. Car on pavement. 40m from police station. #BadlyParkedBike @CambridgeCops @PCCCambs

Mail van on pavement rather than sideroad nearby. 60m from police station. #BadlyParkedBike @PCCCambs @CambridgeCops

Lack of consideration for the disabled here: #BadlyParkedBike @CambridgeCops @PCCCambs

Poor place to install cycle parking - not disabled access -friendly. Update: at #eac access officer report on this area suggests that while not perfe ... [more]

Bikes, bins and cars have moved in to the pedestrian zone.

Excellent new cycle parking in Cambridge city centre, helping clear pavements

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