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Cycling in Haverfordwest

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Martin's Haven (departure point for boats to Skomer) - no cycle parking except on the fence.

Good quality cycleway alongside the A40 just outside of Fishguard - gets you as far as the turn-off for Trecwn where you can take to country lanes.

NCN route 4 passing lock-up garages in Pembroke

Rather unnecessary amount of parking by a playground in the middle of The Commons, Pembroke.

Cycle parking at Pembroke Castle - tucked away where only the staff would know about it.

NCN route 4 crossing a sluice, Pembroke

Waterside link to NCN route 4 in Pembroke

Link to traffic-free waterside route in Pembroke

Rings for locking cycles?? at a bank in Pembroke

Rings for locking cycles?? at a bank in Pembroke

NCN route 4 in Pembroke

NCN route 4 approaching Pembroke Castle

NCN route 4 in Pembroke

Road closure and cycle lane dropping rather steeply to a major road.

Short and pointless stretch of cycle lane, Milford Haven marina.

NCN route 4 from Tenby towards New Hedges.

NCN 4 uses a road closed to through motor traffic into Tenby.

NCN route 4 and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path use former coal tramway tunnels east from Saundersfoot (bikes must be pushed through).

Lots of parking provided for the benefit of teachers at the school on the right. Easy walking/cycling distance for most of them.

The cycle route past Withybush Hospital, Haverfordwest, changes from one side of the road to the other at this Toucan crossing.

Cycle route at Withybush Hospital, Haverfordwest

Shared-use in Haverfordwest - what, no 'Cyclists Dismount' or even 'Cyclists Give Way' signs?

Bus turning area and standard Pembrokeshire Coast National Park cycle stands at St Justinian.

NCN route 4 leading to St David's cathedral (in background).

No bikes or horses on this section of the Pembrokeshire coastal path.

Bilingual Off-Road Biking Code leaflet

Token cycle parking at the town hall in Narberth - a slightly alternative middle-class town that should be cycle-friendly.

NCN route 4 presumably only drops down to Broad Haven because of the youth hostel.

Cut-off section of road at Mullock Bridge - not much use to cyclists.

Cut-off road at Mullock Bridge.

Access from NCN route 4 to the Broad Haven youth hostel could be opened up a bit.

A drop kerb and smaller barriers would help permeability.

NCN route 4 by the B4341, and turning right onto a lane in the background.

Construction of Celtic Trail phase II west of Haverfordwest - NCN route 4 crossing the B4341 again.

NCN route 4 crossing the B4341 again.

NCN route 4 on a cramped shared-use footway.

NCN route 4 crossing the B4341 again.

NCN route 4 passing to the west side of Haverfordwest.

NCN route 4 entering Haverfordwest and crossing the B4341.

NCN route 4 crossing the B4341 leaving Haverfordwest.

NCN route 4 heading west from Haverfordwest.

Bridleway bypass to the west of Haverfordwest.

NCN route 82 taking a roundabout route through the lovely Gwaun valley.

Cycle parking near Newport tourist office (at rear).

Pembrokeshire Bikes, Fishguard [this branch now closed - only in Narberth]

Cycle route signage and cycle parking (left at rear) outside Fishguard tourist office.

NCN route 4 on the Goodwick waterfront (Fishguard harbour at the rear).

Cycle parking at Fishguard (Goodwick) tourist office.

Standard Pembrokeshire Coast National Park cycle stands at Porthgain.

Cycle stands at Tenby tourist information office.

No cycling on the track to Tenby lifeboat station surely there should be an exemption for lifeboat crew responding to an alert?

Sign from Tenby station for link to NCN route 4.

There's an almost invisible 'Cyclists Dismount' sign before this narrow section of shared-use cycleway - which ends just a hundred metres or so behind the camera anyway.

Tenby leisure centre - far enough from the town centre to b worth cycling, but there's no cycle parking at all.

Cycle route entering Tenby.

Cycle crossing entering Tenby.

Standard Pembrokeshire Coast National Park cycle parking at Manorbier castle.

Overgrown access to cycle crossing.

Cycle route crossing new A road between cut-off old roads.

NCN route 4 in St Florence

Why couldn't a direct cycle route have been built here, rather than cyclists having to loop to the right, through two gates?

Crossing of new A road, Sageston

New A road between two cut-off sections of old road, now cycle routes.

Cycle route on cut-off road (which doesn't appear at all on Open CycleMap)

Link from shared-use track by A-road to the cut-off old road.

Shared-use path by main road, Sageston

Link from cycle track beside new road to cut-off road.

South Pembrokeshire cycle routes

Blue Lagoon aquapark - lots of car parking, disabled parking, coach drop off, but no sign of any cycle parking.

The Knight's Way bridleway - staggered road crossing for horses and mountain bikes.


The Knight's Way bridleway.

The Knight's Way bridleway - mountain bike route signage.

Not clear, but it seems that cyclists can continue to the left to reach the Cleddau Bridge.

Cyclists continue on the service road to the left.

NCN route 4 negotiating a roundabout.

Start of traffic-free route from Pembroke to the Cleddau bridge.

Cycle access to Pembroke station.

A dropped kerb would help!

No cycling on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path at Bosherston Lily Ponds!

Disabled parking, cycle stands (presumably) and National Trust parking attendant hut.

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path on a paved track through the eastern part of the Castlemartin firing range.

Single cycle stand at St Govan's.

Gateway to the Castlemartin range - often closed for live firing exercises.

Either it's a barbecue for giant sausages or it's strange National Trust cycle parking.

Cycle parking at West Angle Bay - this type of stand is found all along the Pembrokeshire coast.

NCN route 4 and the Front Street Martello Tower, Pembroke Dock.

Cycle access to the Cleddau Bridge.

Cycle track across the Cleddau Bridge.

Cycleways on both sides of the Cleddau bridge.

Cycle track to the Cleddau Bridge.

NCN route 4 leaving Neyland on the former railway line.

The Brunel Trail (NCN route 4) leaving Neyland under the Cleddau Bridge.

Cycleway beside the A477 to Neyland and the Cleddau Bridge.

Cycleway beside the A477 to Neyland and the Cleddau Bridge.

The Brunel Trail across the track from the platform at Johnston station.

The Brunel Trail at the junction to Johnston station.

Link to the Brunel Trail (NCN route 4) at Johnston station.

Shared-use path (unsigned) by the A4076 south of Haverfordwest.

Shared-use path (unsigned) by the A4076 south of Haverfordwest.

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