Letter: Intrepid cyclist takes on killers

Sir: The cyclist's frustration can be understood, but a day does not go by when cyclists are not witnessed infringing the law and the rules of common courtesy.

It appears that cyclists of all ages consider the public footpath to be a cycle lane and they take the shortest route even if it means cycling along a one-way street the wrong way. If children are not brought up to respect even the most civilised and sensible rules, and see them enforced, can we wonder at the greater disrespect for the law?


Sidcup, Kent