The Cyclists’ Defence Fund works to raise awareness of the law relating to cycling
This site provides information about the legal aspects of cycling in the UK and advice to cyclists.
Use the menu tab ‘Advice for cyclists’ to find useful information that can help you if you’ve been in a crash, or if you want to know about the law relating to red lights, advanced stop lines, riding on the pavement, one-way streets and cycle helmets.
The article library which can be accessed here or by clicking on 'Useful Resources' above contains in-depth articles about topics including how to challenge a fixed penalty notice, how to legally store your bike in your front garden, correct cycle lighting, the law for cyclists hit by car doors, and using public law in cycle campaigning.
Click here to find out what assistance CDF might be able to provide you for a legal case relating to cycling and to contact the charity.