Fine them for pavement riding
I HAVE just watched 'Soho Blues' in which a police officer stopped a cyclist who went through a red traffic light and gave him a fixed penalty ticket for £30.
He then stopped another cyclist who was riding on the footpath cautioned him saying next time he would be given a fixed penalty that would cost him a £30 fine.
Why can't this law apply in Bristol? It would make Bristol a lot safer for pedestrians and other traffic.
I am 87-years-old and have been narrowly missed being hit by a cyclist riding on the pavement and I don't suppose I'm the only one.
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There are also many cyclists riding their bikes without any lights that could cause an accident but who would be to blame?