Cheshire Police are advising cyclists to be safe and seen as the dark winter nights draw in.
Statistics have revealed that nearly one third of cyclist fatalities occur during the hours of darkness between 6pm and midnight.
Officers have therefore reminded cyclists about the importance of being visible while out riding on the roads.
London Cycling Campaign (LCC) have confirmed that Transport for London (TfL) and Dutch infrastructure experts will join forces this week for a street design workshop.
The aim is to look at how an important central London location can be redesigned to Go Dutch standards, and as a consequence, improve cycling safety.
The workshop, which has been organised by LCC and the Dutch Embassy, will also welcome experts from the Dutch Cycling Embassy as they sit down to make Lambeth Bridge and its southern approach cycling and walking friendly.
This year's Tour De France winner, Bradley Wiggins has revealed that he is "shocked at the scale of the evidence" against Lance Armstrong, who has been described by the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) as a "serial drug cheat."
Armstrong has been stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned from the sport for life after the organisation claimed that he had orchestrated "the most sophisticated, professionalised and successful doping programme that sport has ever seen”.
A female cyclist who was injured when she collided with another cyclist on the Bristol to Bath railway path said that riders should slow down to avoid potentially life-threatening injuries.
The 28-year-old was involved in a collision with another female cyclist on the Clay Bottom bend of the path.
"I was involved in a head-on collision with another cyclist who was wearing full racing gear and standing up on her pedals. She was hurtling towards me on the wrong side of a blind bend despite there being signs clearly warning cyclists to slow down and keep left. I had no time to avoid her."
A cyclist in new york has had to learn the rules of the road the hard way after getting four violations and a $1,500 fine from one traffic officer.
The bike, who has asked to remain anonymous, was riding home from Bushwich to Williamburg last month when the police officer stopped him.
The offence was running three lights and at the same time wearing headphones.
A cyclist has been injured whilst taking part in a cycling competition on the Isle of White. He was taken to hospital following a collision with a car. Police closed the road and the rider was taken by ambulance to hospital.
It is not thought the man sustained serious injuries and organisers of the competition confirmed he had been taking part in the cycling event.
New figures released by Avon and Somerset police show that the number of accidents have reached the lowest figure for 16 years. Statistics show the number of injuries resulting from accidents to one or more individual fell below 500 for the first time since 1996, to 489.
A worker has praised hospital staff who helped him recover when a serious cycling accident left him with serious head injuries. The man, a father-of-two, spent three months in hospital for treatment to injuries resulting from the cycling accident last year on his commute to work.
The 49-year-old was forced to leave his job because of the injuries and he is unlikely that he will be able to earn a living in the future.
A man in his forties has reportedly suffered serious back injuries when he was thrown from his bike in Horsham.
The victim was cycling on a single carriageway bridge when he swerved to avoid a green Landrover towing a trailer, colliding with a temporary road sign.
Police and emergency services were called to scene of the collision and the cyclist was taken to the local hospital for treatment.
AN ELDERLY cyclist who was knocked off her bike on the Brighton Road in mid-rush hour has told how "more than 50 cars" merely drove past her as she struggled to move or breathe.
The victim was cycling back from her morning swim when a car pulled sharply out in front of her into the cycle lane.
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