Top Gear Cycling Public Information Films

The irreverent presenters from the BBC Top Gear programme have been looking at the idea of bike safety. Unfortunately I don’t think they’ve quite understood the concept!

In the show they pitched these spoof public information films to British Cycling policy advisor Chris Boardman, Westminster Council’s commissioner of transportation, Martin Low, and Alan Kennedy of Road Safety GB. Needless to say, they were inevitably unimpressed and appeared angered by the films.

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Righteousness

Richard Bloomfield

Richard is the founder of Dublin Bike Blog. He commutes to work every day by bike, come rain or shine, on his Dutch city bike. You can read more from Richard on his blog richardbloomfield.ie.

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