Bicycles, Bikes and Cyclists Prohibited Permanent UK Road Sign
- Post Mountable with 2 fixing rails
- Class 2 R2/RA2 Reflective
- Available in 300mm, 600mm, 750mm, 900mm Disc
Diagram 951 is a prohibition sign for all types of pedal bicycles. Used for roads not suitable for and usually enforced by a byelaw. It is mainly used where pedestrian routes are not suitable for cyclists due to visibility or width.
Material: R2/RA2 reflective overlay on aluminium composite backing
5.11.1. The sign to diagram 951 (S3‑2‑21, see Figure 5-22) should be used to give effect to a prohibition of cycling made under an order or, more often, imposed by a byelaw. It is mainly used where there are pedestrian routes through housing estates which are not suitable for cycling because either their width or the visibility along them is not sufficient. In order to make such areas more accessible, traffic authorities are encouraged to provide suitable facilities for cyclists (see section 11 for the signing of cycle facilities). The sign to diagram 951 should not be used to indicate the end of a shared pedestrian and cycle facility (see 11.11.8). Another use for the sign is where pedal cycles are prohibited from major roads such as a dual carriageways subject to the national speed limit. The sign does not have a supplementary plate.