Barmy 50ft Cycle Path

A barmy council has created the REAL road to nowhere – after creating a cycle lane that runs for less than 50ft. Birmingham City Council painted the tiny lane – which measures just a few metres – in the middle of one of the main A roads out of the city centre.The bizarre cycle path has left cyclists scratching their heads – and wondering what to do when the path comes to an abrupt halt.

A barmy council has created the REAL road to nowhere - after creating a cycle lane that runs for less than 50ft. Birmingham City Council painted the tiny lane - which measures just a few metres - in the middle of one of the main A roads out of the city centre.The bizarre cycle path has left cyclists scratching their heads - and wondering what to do when the path comes to an abrupt halt.

A barmy council has created the REAL road to nowhere - after creating a cycle lane that runs for less than 50ft. Birmingham City Council painted the tiny lane - which measures just a few metres - in the middle of one of the main A roads out of the city centre.The bizarre cycle path has left cyclists scratching their heads - and wondering what to do when the path comes to an abrupt halt.

A barmy council has created the REAL road to nowhere - after creating a cycle lane that runs for less than 50ft. Birmingham City Council painted the tiny lane - which measures just a few metres - in the middle of one of the main A roads out of the city centre.The bizarre cycle path has left cyclists scratching their heads - and wondering what to do when the path comes to an abrupt halt.

A barmy council has created the REAL road to nowhere - after creating a cycle lane that runs for less than 50ft. Birmingham City Council painted the tiny lane - which measures just a few metres - in the middle of one of the main A roads out of the city centre.The bizarre cycle path has left cyclists scratching their heads - and wondering what to do when the path comes to an abrupt halt.