Message from discussion giant cycle lane is to stop cyclists crashing
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From: "Mrcheerful" <g.odonnel...@yahoo.co.uk>
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Subject: Re: giant cycle lane is to stop cyclists crashing
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> "Partac" <any...@tiscali.co.uk> wrote in message
>> "Mrcheerful" wrote in message
>> news:WITcs.337726$uJ4.email@example.com... nuff said
>> If two cyclists crash into each other, who will they blame?
> Run to the nearest road and flag down a car... it'll be his fault.
I was reading about that, in some other country, cyclists watch for a lone
car/driver and then report that it ran them off the road, they then have an
insurance to claim off for damaged bike and injuries.