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Cycling in Dorking

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Cyclists on the A24 bike path, nr Box Hill, c.1935.

Cycle Race sculpture Location: Dorking (England, United Kingdom) This piece is on a roundabout on the A24 north of Dorking Surrey. It is by Heather Burrell and was made in 2012. I photographed it on 16 September 2012, the day of the f ... [more]

Start of cycle route across Bookham Commons (to right)

Cycle route across Bookham Commons (National Trust)

Cycle route across Bookham Commons (National Trust)

Map of Bookham Commons (National Trust) - the through cycle route is the diagonal line from SE to NW.

Four-way stop in Great Bookham, with an excessive traffic-calming feature in the centre.

Great Bookham - direct route closed to motor vehicles, not properly set up for cycling.

Start of bridleway along the edge of the National Trust's Polesden Lacey estate to Tanner's Hatch youth hostel

Bridleway along the edge of the National Trust's Polesden Lacey estate.

Bridleway to Tanners Hatch leaving the National Trust's Polesden Lacey estate.

Bridleway access to Tanners Hatch youth hostel

Bridleway from Tanners Hatch youth hostel to Polesden Lacey (National Trust)

Cycle shed at Tanners Hatch youth hostel (no road access)

The wonderful Tanners Hatch youth hostel - off-road, off-grid.

Bridleway access only to Tanners Hatch youth hostel

The Surrey Cycleway crossing the old A24 and entry to the Burford Bridge Hotel

The Surrey Cycleway passing under the A24 - according to the sign this is NCN route 22, according to Open Cycle Map it's route 20.

The Surrey Cycleway alongside the A24 through the Box Hill gap.

Asphalted bridleway from Norbury Park to West Humble - with speed bumps to control tearaway mountainbikers.

Norbury Park - bridleways

Access to Norbury Park

Cycle parking in Leatherhead

Barrier in Leatherhead

Stane Street crossing Headley Road, south of the M25.

Mounting blocks on either side of the Stane Street bridge over the M25 - dismount here and lead your horse across.

Stane Street (Roman Road) approaching the M25.

signage on Stane Street (Roman Road)

No access for motor vehicles or horse-drawn carriages

Surrey Cycleway signage

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