Submitted by CDF Co-ordinator on 13 March 2015 - 3:25pm.
With support from the Cyclists’ Defence Fund, the family of 70-year-old Michael Mason who was hit from behind by a driver on Regent Street on 25 February 2014, have been fighting for answers as to why the police did not inform the CPS of the case. Michael died on 14 March, 19 days after the incident.
Submitted by CDF Co-ordinator on 5 March 2015 - 1:39pm.
To mark one year since Michael Mason was killed in a road crash in London, the Cyclists’ Defence Fund, together with the campaign group Stop Killing Cyclists will hold a ride and vigil on Regent Street on Friday 13th March.
Pedicabs, or cycle rickshaws, provide transport for passengers on short, emission-free journeys.
The demand for this mode of transport has been strong, and pedicabs have become a colourful and vibrant part of the wider integrated transport network available in London. The regulations governing pedicabs outside of London have, however, made it difficult for this transport mode to develop to its full potential in other UK cities.
This article outlines the legal status of pedicabs across the UK.
Submitted by CDF Co-ordinator on 13 February 2015 - 11:30am.
London Assembly member, Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb, has written to the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe to express her concern over the police’s handling of the Michael Mason case.
Submitted by CDF Co-ordinator on 6 February 2015 - 11:04am.
The Cyclists’ Defence Fund has welcomed a last-minute decision not to prosecute cyclist Kristian Gregory for allegedly straying slightly over a white line on a poorly designed and unclearly signed pavement cycle track.