The Cycle Accident Claims blog

Are cyclists allowed on A roads?

Posted on Mar 12, 2021

There are a lot of misconceptions around the rules of the road when it comes to cycling, and that can be both from cyclists and motorists alike!

Cycling during lockdown 2021

Posted on Jan 07, 2021

There are some key differences in the new lockdown rules for cyclists compared to the first lockdown, with the devolved governments also implementing varying advice. Here’s what you need to know.

The challenges faced by cyclists

Posted on Dec 10, 2020

A 70 year old cyclist, who suffered some cognitive brain deficit, was successful at trial in establishing breach of duty of care against the owner of a dog who ran across his path on Acton Green Common in London.

A Better Ride for North Wales Cyclists

Posted on Sep 08, 2020

North Wales is a cyclists’ paradise, or it would if not for one thing; the road surfaces on the country B roads are very neglected by the Highways Agency and local councils, and have been for many years.

Cyclist's Relief as Lockdown is Lifted

Posted on Jul 14, 2020

At long last the prohibition on cyclists riding together in groups and the added social restrictions from café closures is over. Cyclists can now do what they love most; cycle in groups, drink good coffee and eat delicious cakes in cafes.

Injured from Road Debris? Know Your Options

Posted on Jun 01, 2020

Those who become injured due to a road surface can find it challenging to make a successful claim, but it is possible. Find out more from one of our leading Solicitors.

Speeding Motorists During Lock Down & Implications For Cyclists

Posted on Apr 27, 2020

Many of you will have seen the news articles on speeding motorists, including the very recent one on the motorist caught travelling at 151mph on the M1 near London!

Cycling for sanity during Covid-19 and the importance of sticking to the rules

Posted on Apr 20, 2020

The daily exercise has been encouraged by the government and cycling has been specifically put on to that list of designated exercise. This is understandable and to be welcomed, but it also creates its own challenges.
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