Cycle stand locator
August 30th, 2010
It has been a month since I have started cycling on the London roads, and I am never able to find a cycle stand when I need one!
This map by Camden Cycling Campaign is a brilliant initiative which gives the location and number of cycle stands (not the TFL cycle hire stands) available in any 1 sq. km. area I choose.
When you open the map, it is using Google maps as a base and shows a small menu on the right hand side of the screen. There are various options to view different cycling routes throughout London (which is again an awesome thing!). For us, the important one is the ‘Stands (Map)’ link in red.
On clicking the ‘Stands (Map)’ the cursor converts into a red box of 1 sq. km.
Click anywhere on the map where you which to see the number of cycle stands available.
As shown in the screenshot above, it shows the exact location of the cycle stands and with a small number written in between them which is the number of cycle stands.
Tags: cycling, london, united kingdom
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