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The cycling infrastructure in Inverness is made of a few isolated lanes and paths that don’t connect with each other and also don’t link strategic places such as train and bus stations, schools, etc. The cycling culture as a means of transport is almost non-existent. Cycling over here is mainly leisure or sport activity. While trying to photograph a few examples I witnessed cyclists not using the infrastructure even when there was one. The image below shows a cyclist on the pedestrian pavement rather than on the cycling lane.