Cycle Law

Daly v Heeps & Anor

Case Law Cycle Law
February 12, 2024

Two cyclists are injured during a 10 mile team time trial on open roads. The incident was caused by the driver who was towing a trailer with a boat on

Cycle Law

Sinclair v Joyner

Case Law Cycle Law
February 11, 2024

Cyclist is injured falling from her bike as her wheels clash with those of a 4x4 on narrow country lane.

Cycle Law

Smith v Finch

Case Law Cycle Law
February 11, 2024

Cyclist knocked from bike following a collision with a motorcycle. Sustained head injuries due to not wearing a helmet.

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