England : Kent Cycle Path East of Sittingbourne

RhythMick

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Location
Barnsley
According to Open Cycle Map there's a purple dashed line, which I THINK means a future planned cycle path. Looking at Satellite photos it looks like a well-surfaced path which then turns into a less formal path for a short distance before joining Lomas Road.

Can anyone tell me if this is cycleable ? Road bikes, not MTBs.

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deptfordmarmoset

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Location
Armonmy Way
 
The purple dashes mean footpaths unfortunately.

The road is generally fine to use, although I wouldn't use Eurolink Way, as it's concrete with really annoying sealed joints which aren't sealed so you go THUD......THUD.......THUD etc.

Rather than dropping into town from the north, come in via Stickfast Way, Sheppey Way, Quinton Road, Vicarage Road, then right onto the High Street, then left then right onto Mill Way, go under the railway bridge and past the station, then St. Michael's Road, left onto Murston Road, then right onto Tonge Road, then on into the countryside.
 
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RhythMick

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Location
Barnsley
The purple dashes mean footpaths unfortunately.

The road is generally fine to use, although I wouldn't use Eurolink Way, as it's concrete with really annoying sealed joints which aren't sealed so you go THUD......THUD.......THUD etc.

Rather than dropping into town from the north, come in via Stickfast Way, Sheppey Way, Quinton Road, Vicarage Road, then right onto the High Street, then left then right onto Mill Way, go under the railway bridge and past the station, then St. Michael's Road, left onto Murston Road, then right onto Tonge Road, then on into the countryside.
Appreciate the detail thanks very much
 
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