PCC Sponsor

L-R Garth Pearson – PCC Chairman, Jo Clancy – CLS Associate, Roz Boynton – CLS Associate , John Miroslaw – PCC Secretary

The Peebles based, specialist, Personal Injury, Law firm who represent cyclists that have been injured in road traffic collisions on Scotland’s roads, will be supporting the club’s two main road cycling events; the PCC | Cycle Law Scotland road race on 29th April and the PCC | Cycle Law Scotland Tour of Tweeddale on 27th August.

In addition, the team of cycling Lawyers including Associates, Roz Boynton and Jo Clancy, will offer education and insight to PCC members regarding cycling related changes to the law and the Highway Code, along with developing support for Junior riders.

Jodi Gordon, Partner at CLS, is delighted to be supporting the club saying:

“I’m keen to see the club and its members tap into the knowledge and legal expertise which our firm has built up over 11 years, successfully supporting cyclists who have suffered injury due to the negligence of others. We are always seeking ways to educate others given what we see and deal with on a daily basis.”

Garth Pearson, PCC Chairman, commented:

“We’re very pleased to have Cycle Law Scotland on board this year supporting the club in a number of different ways. With a full calendar of events already in the diary, including hosting Mark Beaumont, Jenny Graham and Markus Stitz at the Eastgate theatre, we plan to add other educational events which will be open, not just to existing club members, but to the wider cycling community in the Tweed Valley.”


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