Pointless one-way systems? Cracked pavements? Concrete planters long-since overrun with weeds? Uncollected commercial waste and shop advertising boards blocking every pavement? Cycle lanes replaced with parking bays? A liberal scattering of bollards? It’s the answer to all those loony militant cyclists who say that the Dutch system could easily be done in the UK: a little bit of the UK has been exported to Valkenburg, near Maastrict:
And in a roundabout, a monument to a hero: I like to imagine that he is a vehicular cyclist, reaching out to thunderclap somebody who has done a close pass then pulled in for the traffic lights:
Its a shame that in his choice of bicycle (apart from the handlebars), he has fallen foul of one of the most basic rules of cycling.
Walthamize the planet, and have a lovely day.