Here's a quick summary of just some of the features of CycleStreets - have you discovered them all yet?
Plan a cycle journey from A-B anywhere in the UK.
Pinpoint photos showing cycling-related problems and good practice on a map.
The planner gives the fastest, quietest and balanced route, catering for your cycling preferences.
Customised homepages for every town/city/borough around the UK are available - try yourtown.cyclestreets.net .
See at a glance how hilly your route will be - with hills taken into account in the journey planner.
Scroll down to the itinerary and you'll see each street, turn-by-turn, and a mini-map of the area.
Get a feeling for what a journey is like before you take it (if there are photos in the area).
Want to see all the cycle parking problems people have found? Or all obstructions? You can browse these.
If you have Google Earth on your computer, click on the Google Earth link to get a flyover of your route.
You can add photos of cycling-related problems that need fixing, or things you like.
Every journey gives you a GPX export for GPS devices, as well as a KML (Google Earth) file.
Import your (or others') photos from Flickr (where reproduction is permitted).
Data from OpenStreetMap: if you find an error in the street data - you are welcome to fix it yourself!
A large matrix of photo categories is available, listing by type and good/bad.
It's easy to give us feedback on routes or any part of CycleStreets: we're keen to know what you think..
Check out our blog (with RSS feed), Follow us on Twitter, or become a Fan on Facebook!
We've made sure that you can link to any page easily - with each journey or photo getting a simple number.
CycleStreets is a community-based venture, for cyclists by cyclists. Help and donations are very welcome!
Give keywords to your photos to match other people's photos on that topic.
You can switch to other map layers in the Photomap, such as the satellite photography view.
Create or view galleries on themed topics, with a slideshow.
Create a signin account and any journey you plan will be saved to your profile.
You can browse photos nearby the photo you're looking at - just click on the tab above.
You can also browse photos nearby as a list rather than on the map.
All photos you add are saved into a gallery of your own.
We've published lots of information about how the journey planner works, in our extensive help section.