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A rough transition to the road at Kirk Place, but a barrier to ensure you don't accidentally cycle down the steps.

If you can't read the sign next to the bridge, and don't know which side of this barrier to pass, no worries - it's pointing the wrong way anyway! See also #97669 and #99654.

If you want to go south to Bellshill you must first go north to go around the end of this barrier. And if you're coming south you need to pick a side and hope you've picked the right side when you get to the direction sign in #99653. See al ... [more]

A barrier and kissing gate across the path in the Luggiebank Wood Wildlife Reserve.

A barrier and kissing gate across the path in the Luggiebank Wood Wildlife Reserve.

A path junction in the Greenfaulds area of Cumbernauld.

Car parking at the entrance to the Monkland Canal towpath. One more and access to the kissing gate (beyond car) becomes very tricky.

A couple more barriers across the canal towpath.

A couple of barriers across the canal towpath.

Less of a barrier than at other locations on the Greenlink path.

A horse-jumping style barrier and kissing gate at the end of the path alongside Banton Loch, but the barrier was unlocked so could be opened.

According to the map from the council, the path across the road forms Route 1d of the Cumbernauld Cycle Network. No signs whatsoever!

More barriers across path at minor road crossing. All the rage in Kildrum!

More barriers across path at minor road crossing.

More barriers across path at minor road crossing.

This path isn't part of Cumbernauld's cycle network, but it is plagued with barriers at every minor road crossing. The raised crossing might have been better installed in line with the path and made into a zebra crossing.

A barrier across the short path linking to Portland Road. The sign does not look particularly good, and could poke someone's eye out at that height!

Lots of barriers to squeeze past, including blocking part of each of the dropped kerbs.

Most of the Cumbernauld Cycle Network has an asphalt surface, but not the section between Croy and Auchinstarry. The cage at this barrier has a muddy puddle at the bottom.

The only way to get a bike through this ridiculous barrier is to go across the grass. And if North Lanarkshire Council thinks they stop motorbikes, they don't. There were several people on riding around on trailbikes in this locality tha ... [more]

Barriers block the start of the path on the far side of Airdrie Road from Myvot Avenue, despite this being signed as part of the 1f cycle route.

Barriers across the path. The steps up ahead have a ramp around them, but the route via the Carbrain Gully to the right is a more attractive route for cycling, and they both lead to the town centre.

Another route sign for Cumbernauld's cycle route 2, plus some barriers where the path crosses the access road to a small car park.

Path from Chapelhall. The path is actually surfaced around the end of the barrier!

Barriers on path to bridge across North Calder Water to Calderbank

Path barriers near road crossing

Access barriers on approach to road crossing.

Poor quality path and circumvented access barrier on way to Calderbank

Rebuilt path in Airdrie, that connects with NCN 75. The chicane barriers have been installed since there is a problem with motorbikes being ridden along here, although they are easy enough to get around.

No dropped kerb to access cycle route from Target Road, and barriers across path (seen in #44197).

Barriers as well as bollards on this section of NCN75 cycle path between Plains and Caldercruix, at farm road crossing

Obstructive railings on NCN 75 cycle path in Airdrie.

Olympic fever catches on: in training for the cycle hurdles!

Access control at entrance to Luggie Glen path, on old route of NCN 75. For wider view see #43978.

Two sets of barriers and no dropped kerb on newly rerouted NCN 75 in Drumpellier Lawns housing estate

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