The number of people hopping on two wheels and riding their bikes is growing all the time. With the cost of transport and volume of congestion rising, more cyclists are commuting to work on a daily basis.
Organisations and local governments have been hard at work to accommodate the growing number of bicycles on the road. Improved cycle networks, public lock-ups and city bike rentals have been popping up in the majority of cities across the UK.
Investment in cycling is great to see – and there are some cycle lanes across the country that have revolutionized travelling by bike in a very good way. But anyone who has used the cycling infrastructure available will know it’s not all created equally. We understand city planners have restrictions and obstacles to overcome when designing cycle lanes. However, we’ve come across some truly shocking examples of bike lanes which look like they were designed by someone on the come down after a very heavy night.
Here are some of the worst…
1) Stating the obvious