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Thousands of cyclists use Adams Road every dayGet the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA campaigner has slammed the “crazy” plans to turn one of Cambridge’s busiest cycleways into a bus route.No bus routes currently pass through Adams Road, Cambridge, according to Dan Strauss, founder of Save Your Cycle Route (SYCR).But new plans put forward by the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP), could see 220 buses use the road every day.The GCP is currently considering two options for the proposed Cambridge to Cambourne bus route, one of which would run through the Rifle Range, and the other of which would run through Adams Road.In August, CambridgeshireLive was informed theAdams Road option was the more likely outcome.Mr Strauss, 56, said: “We want that road to be the best and safest cycle route in Cambridge.”How can you have 220 buses a day down an 8 metre wide road? What’s that going to do to the cyclists? It’s just the craziest idea.”Read MoreThe 10 worst Cambridge accident hotspots for cyclistsDan Strauss said the proposals were craziest ideaHe said: “What we’re just amazed at is why this time around they’re so far behind doing all the checks and investigations.”The most important thing is that they haven’t counted the bikes in two years. If they did, they would realise how much the road has changed in such a short period.”He added: “They haven’t done the things that you have to do to turn the busiest cycle route in Cambridge into a busway.