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Puddle across the width of the riverside shared use pathway, part of National Cycle Network Route 51.

The Wivenhoe Trail: a lovely route but an awful path.

Route 51, through the Moors, is seriously overgrown, restricting visibility and width of the path.

This sign is attached to a pillar where the Wivenhoe Trail (Route 51) joins the Colne Causeway.

Two trees have been set in the middle of the Wivenhoe Trail (Sustrans Route 51), at Hythe Quay, seriously hindering cyclists passage of this well-used and liked traffic free route.

There's no doubting it's 'End of Route' -- there's a fence in the way!

New route sign for Ipswich Road and Leisure centre (it's actually Leisure World).

This route sign for Town centre has been relocated (see #21400) without any thought as to which way the arrow is pointing. Town centre is in fact to the right, not left.

This folly links North Station (on the right) and Essex Hall Road, and with some work could provide a much improved route for South/West bound cyclists.

Cycle Colchester's final flurry: paint a few cycle symbols on the road and we've got a cycle route... or not. This gate isn't always closed, but it is a lot of the time. Should be addressed if it is to form part of a link between St. Johns … [more]

A typical scene on Hawkins Road, forming part of Sustrans National Cycle Network, Route 51. It is an industrial estate with businesses reliant on HGV's making it most unpleasant and unattractive to new or returning cyclists.

Route 13 sign on King Coel Road, pointing to New Farm Road.

Route 13 sign on Halstead Road.

Video unicycling (and cycling) along The Wivenhoe Trail (NCN Route 51) toward Colchester.

Video cycling along NCN Route 51, between East Bay and University Quays Cafe, with CTC Colchester Cycle Champions.

nice view of Birch church to check you're on the right road

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