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Eight Sheffield cycle stands were removed* from the High Street (see #17765) at the end of March, 2015, to make way for Colchester Market, which would be moving there, Fri - Sun. No alternative provision was planned at that time, and still ... [more]

You needn't have a quality bike but if you cherish what you ride use a decent lock and mind where you lock it. Broken bikes and broken locks are a too familiar sight behind the Brewers Arms on St Johns Street. See also #65993.

Bike & Go at Colchester North Station.

A bike now part of the river bank.

On a cold, wet, and windy day a great number of cyclists turned out for the Colchester Cycle Champions weekly LEAP ride to greet and cycle with CTC CEO Gordon Seabright.

Colchester Cycle Stores have taken over another shop just along from the original shop. It is currently being used as a showroom.

Small bike symbols in the gutter on Crouch St have been burned off and replaced with large symbols in a much more prominent part of the road.

Little bike symbols in the gutter (see #34312) along Crouch St have been burned off and replaced by some larger ones, in the centre of the lane. At this point the symbols were suggesting a desire line that would bring cyclists into confl ... [more]

Little bike symbols in the gutter along Crouch St have been burned off and replaced by some larger ones, in the centre of the lane.

For display only (judging by how shiny everything is).

A new supermarket store opening in Tiptree is being advertised by bicycle.

Small bike symbol on Crouch St suggesting cyclists make a sweep right across the road into the underpass. For cyclists to make this right turn, they should previously have been in a far more dominant, central road position and not make the ... [more]

Small bike symbols on Crouch St, suggesting a desire line for cyclists, and to motorists, where they should be riding. For cyclists to make a right turn into the underpass as is suggested (see #34314) they should be in a far more dominan ... [more]

A large bike symbol in the middle of the lane, as used on St Johns Street (see #29969), would be far more appropriate than a small one as is the case here on Crouch St. With parking bays on the right leaving only a limited space, cyclist ... [more]

The CTC 'Tiptree Cycle Jam' was a great success with information stall, pedal-powered smoothie maker, Dr Bike provided by Cycle Tech Colchester, and skills course by Cycle Training East.

ShakeAway advertising bike parked on High St.

Pashley workbike outside TJ Martin & Son, Canterbury Road.

Xtracycle near Culver Square.

Unique cargo bike built by Neil Allen, parked at Leisure World.

Cycle King, East Street.

A recumbent tricycle parked on High Street.

R&A Cycles, Barfield Road.

InterBike, off London Road.

Cyclelife Colchester on Winnock Road.

A recumbent tricycle on Magnolia Field.

Re~Cycle collect second-hand bikes and ship them to Africa. They also sell refurbished ones to the public.

A tandem pictured at Wivenhoe Quay.

Thomas's Cycle Revolution at Peartree Business Centre.

53-12 at the Cowdray Centre.

Colchester Cycle Stores on St. John's Street.

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