Tag Archives: cycle laws

08/12/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

Lord Sugar suggests ID for cyclists


Interesting comments from Lord Sugar this afternoon in a debate in the House of Lords on current cycling laws. Lord Sugar, who is a keen cyclist, and known more these days for the BBC Show The Apprentice, suggested that the government should consider allowing the police to confiscate the bikes of cyclists who do not carrying identification documents. READ ON

01/12/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

Legal action being considered following pothole death crash


The husband of a woman who died after falling from her bike is taking legal advice on a possible case against Somerset County Council for failing to maintain the road system in the county. READ ON

14/10/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

Cycle friendly road signage on its way


The UK government yesterday published the final policy document from its wide ranging Traffic Signs Review. It is pleasing to see that the review recognises that travel behaviour is changing and that people are being encouraged to cycle and consideration is now being made for this in policy. READ ON

03/10/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

New law in Cyprus will take fun out of cycling

No hands

There will be no showing off while riding with no hands in Cyprus in the near future if a draft bill on cycling responsibilities there becomes law in the future. READ ON