A representative standard

 

Take a look at LBC reporter Declan Harvey's video on London cycling

 

A couple of questions.

 

1. What do you think of Declan's riding? Is it representative of London cyclists?

 

2. Assuming that:

(a) Near-misses increase stress for all road users concerned

(b) Stressed drivers present a greater risk to other cyclists

(c) Training is free and accessible and would improve Declan's safety,

 

Is Declan under any moral obligation to undertake cyclist training?

 

3. Should Declan be taken as a representative cyclist for road planning and budgeting decisions?

 

 

 

 

This post was edited by Cattermole at 06:20pm 20 Nov 2012.

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