Two high-profile road accidents in one day has prompted a call for new policies that prioritise cyclists
Safer roads for cyclists are now being demanded after both Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins and his coach Shane Sutton were hurt in separate road accidents during the same day.
British Cycling is now calling for government to put cycling at the heart of transport policy and build cycle safety into the design of all new roads and transport projects rather than as an afterthought.
Earlier this year Zest launched the Cycle Smart campaign to encourage women to take matters into their own hands. While we encourage women to cycle for fitness, we urge them to take advantage of nationwide cycle safety courses.
You can find out more about the Cycle Smart campaign here. Check out these great cycle safety tips and top kit too.
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