I've been on a militant pothole reporting mission today! Been meaning to do it for a bit. What's the best way to get councils to act? I've reported a few to fillthathole.org.uk but am just wondering if it's best to report them directly to the actual council aswell. Ironically it's not potholes that are my main gripe but poor road surfaces, as I always just go round potholes, but they could cause a nasty accident if they caused a cyclist to come off and there were motor vehicles passing, which is why they need to be sorted. I'm only going to report the worst ones I see, 'cos I could have roadworks springing up left right and centre otherwise! But some of the ones I've seen are particularly bad, so I am going to do everything in my power to make the council fix them, and have posted the pics below for you to thank your lucky stars how good the roads round where you live are. A few here for Derbyshire CC to sort out: this is a fairly big one, well over an inch deep: this is the same one from further away another one on the same road: (reported as a different hazard) but then this is the corker: the tape measure is 78mm diameter, and its top is just about flush with the road I don't ride up this side of the road, as it's an absolute mother of a hill and there is an easier way up, but some people might choose to! I'll see how they get on and if anything gets done!