11:34AM, Friday 20 July 2012
Olympic spectators are being encouraged to cycle to events.
They can cycle from Maidenhead Town Centre along the newly resurfaced Green Lane to Hibbert Road and into Bray, where cyclists have been given an exemption to the 'No Entry' restrictions between Ferry Road and Old Mill Lane.
The route between Old Mill Lane and Monkey Island Bridge has also been resurfaced, connecting to another resurfaced path on the north side of the river as far as the rowing lake entrance.
The cycling route from Eton has a new crushed limestone path to the west of the Windsor Eton Relief Road, while from the north side there is a new bridge across Chalvey Ditch and a new tarmac surface on the permitted cycle route alongside the railway viaduct to Eton Wick Road.
Walking and cycling routes are available from Maidenhead Library and Windsor's Visitor Information Centre.
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