Cyclists have been left dumbfounded by what is believed to the shortest cycle path in the UK which measures a paltry three feet.
The cycle path, which has two lanes – one for each direction – seems to abruptly stop in the middle of the pavement for no apparent reason.
Cyclists in the area have been astounded and confused as to where the mini-path is supposed to lead.
Bike rider Gerald Dean, 31, said: “It’s been like that for a few months now – I always thought the council were going to do something with it, but I think it’s just been forgotten.
“It looks like you’re meant to cross the road, get onto the path… and then go onto the pavement?
“It could be something very historic – but I couldn’t tell you until I investigate if I’m honest.
“If the path is very old, I might not be able to tell you about it because the decision could have been made prior to any of our councillors being appointed.”
The cycle path sits outside a pub called The Ivy Leaf Club, on Gracious St, Whittlesey, Peterborough, Cambs..