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The campaigners taking to their bikes to call for more safe cycle routes

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Campaigners have taken to their bikes highlight the need to extend safe cycle routes in Cambridgeshire.

The A10 Corridor Cycling Campaign started in 2013 and some cycle paths have been put in place but they're now calling for a path between Melbourn and Royston in Hertfordshire- the "missing link" as they describe it.

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The campaign group say fully-costed plans and an engineering feasibility study are in place now for the missing link, including a pedestrian and cycle bridge over the A505, just to the east of the A10 roundabout.

They say that filling the missing link will benefit both local pedestrians and cyclists looking to use the A10 corridor for work and leisure.