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  #1  
Old March 30th 16, 01:41 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
MrCheerful
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Default Child maimed by pavement cyclist, guess what? The cyclist rode away.

http://www.lincolnshireecho.co.uk/Cy...ail/story.html
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  #2  
Old March 30th 16, 03:56 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
jnugent
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Default Child maimed by pavement cyclist, guess what? The cyclist rodeaway.

On 30/03/2016 13:41, MrCheerful wrote:

http://www.lincolnshireecho.co.uk/Cy...ail/story.html


QUOTE:
"It happened at around 7.50pm on Thursday, March 17, when the young boy
was walking out of a front gate.

"The cyclist, who was riding on the pavement, hit him.
"He is described as a man, dressed all in black riding a black cycle.
"The cyclist didn't stop and was seen to ride off towards the city centre.
"The boy was taken to hospital and suffered a broken leg.
"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in touch."

Describing the cyclist as a "man" is probably a little OTT.

Male, maybe. Fully-grown, maybe.

"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in touch."

Male and fully-grown he might be, but a "man"?

It would take a man to own up to his disgusting behaviour.

So there's no chance.

  #3  
Old March 30th 16, 04:48 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
colwyn[_2_]
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Default Child maimed by pavement cyclist, guess what? The cyclist rodeaway.

On 30/03/2016 15:56, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 13:41, MrCheerful wrote:

http://www.lincolnshireecho.co.uk/Cy...ail/story.html


QUOTE:
"It happened at around 7.50pm on Thursday, March 17, when the young boy
was walking out of a front gate.

"The cyclist, who was riding on the pavement, hit him.
"He is described as a man, dressed all in black riding a black cycle.
"The cyclist didn't stop and was seen to ride off towards the city centre.
"The boy was taken to hospital and suffered a broken leg.
"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in touch."

Describing the cyclist as a "man" is probably a little OTT.

Male, maybe. Fully-grown, maybe.

"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in touch."

Male and fully-grown he might be, but a "man"?

It would take a man to own up to his disgusting behaviour.

So there's no chance.

I've always maintained "shared pavements" are dangerous.
The answer is to report all transgressions to the police and the local
authorities.
It is an improvement on just salivating!

  #4  
Old March 30th 16, 04:59 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
jnugent
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Default Child maimed by pavement cyclist, guess what? The cyclist rodeaway.

On 30/03/2016 16:48, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 15:56, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 13:41, MrCheerful wrote:

http://www.lincolnshireecho.co.uk/Cy...ail/story.html



QUOTE:
"It happened at around 7.50pm on Thursday, March 17, when the young boy
was walking out of a front gate.

"The cyclist, who was riding on the pavement, hit him.
"He is described as a man, dressed all in black riding a black cycle.
"The cyclist didn't stop and was seen to ride off towards the city
centre.
"The boy was taken to hospital and suffered a broken leg.
"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in touch."

Describing the cyclist as a "man" is probably a little OTT.

Male, maybe. Fully-grown, maybe.

"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in touch."

Male and fully-grown he might be, but a "man"?

It would take a man to own up to his disgusting behaviour.

So there's no chance.

I've always maintained "shared pavements" are dangerous.
The answer is to report all transgressions to the police and the local
authorities.
It is an improvement on just salivating!


You can be fairly certain that there are very few - if any - cycle paths
which adjoin garden gates.


  #5  
Old March 30th 16, 05:19 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
colwyn[_2_]
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Default Child maimed by pavement cyclist, guess what? The cyclist rodeaway.

On 30/03/2016 16:59, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 16:48, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 15:56, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 13:41, MrCheerful wrote:

http://www.lincolnshireecho.co.uk/Cy...ail/story.html




QUOTE:
"It happened at around 7.50pm on Thursday, March 17, when the young boy
was walking out of a front gate.

"The cyclist, who was riding on the pavement, hit him.
"He is described as a man, dressed all in black riding a black cycle.
"The cyclist didn't stop and was seen to ride off towards the city
centre.
"The boy was taken to hospital and suffered a broken leg.
"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in touch."

Describing the cyclist as a "man" is probably a little OTT.

Male, maybe. Fully-grown, maybe.

"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in touch."

Male and fully-grown he might be, but a "man"?

It would take a man to own up to his disgusting behaviour.

So there's no chance.

I've always maintained "shared pavements" are dangerous.
The answer is to report all transgressions to the police and the local
authorities.
It is an improvement on just salivating!


You can be fairly certain that there are very few - if any - cycle paths
which adjoin garden gates.


I bow to Omniscience!
  #6  
Old March 30th 16, 05:29 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
jnugent
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Posts: 10,223
Default Child maimed by pavement cyclist, guess what? The cyclist rodeaway.

On 30/03/2016 17:19, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 16:59, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 16:48, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 15:56, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 13:41, MrCheerful wrote:

http://www.lincolnshireecho.co.uk/Cy...ail/story.html





QUOTE:
"It happened at around 7.50pm on Thursday, March 17, when the young boy
was walking out of a front gate.

"The cyclist, who was riding on the pavement, hit him.
"He is described as a man, dressed all in black riding a black cycle.
"The cyclist didn't stop and was seen to ride off towards the city
centre.
"The boy was taken to hospital and suffered a broken leg.
"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in touch."

Describing the cyclist as a "man" is probably a little OTT.

Male, maybe. Fully-grown, maybe.

"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in touch."

Male and fully-grown he might be, but a "man"?

It would take a man to own up to his disgusting behaviour.

So there's no chance.

I've always maintained "shared pavements" are dangerous.
The answer is to report all transgressions to the police and the local
authorities.
It is an improvement on just salivating!


You can be fairly certain that there are very few - if any - cycle paths
which adjoin garden gates.


I bow to Omniscience!


It is obvious.

Same for shop doorways.


  #7  
Old March 30th 16, 05:50 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
colwyn[_2_]
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Default Child maimed by pavement cyclist, guess what? The cyclist rodeaway.

On 30/03/2016 17:29, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 17:19, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 16:59, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 16:48, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 15:56, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 13:41, MrCheerful wrote:

http://www.lincolnshireecho.co.uk/Cy...ail/story.html






QUOTE:
"It happened at around 7.50pm on Thursday, March 17, when the young
boy
was walking out of a front gate.

"The cyclist, who was riding on the pavement, hit him.
"He is described as a man, dressed all in black riding a black cycle.
"The cyclist didn't stop and was seen to ride off towards the city
centre.
"The boy was taken to hospital and suffered a broken leg.
"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in
touch."

Describing the cyclist as a "man" is probably a little OTT.

Male, maybe. Fully-grown, maybe.

"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in
touch."

Male and fully-grown he might be, but a "man"?

It would take a man to own up to his disgusting behaviour.

So there's no chance.

I've always maintained "shared pavements" are dangerous.
The answer is to report all transgressions to the police and the local
authorities.
It is an improvement on just salivating!

You can be fairly certain that there are very few - if any - cycle paths
which adjoin garden gates.


I bow to Omniscience!


It is obvious.

Same for shop doorways.


Are you having difficulty with the word "share"? ( Whether legal or not)
  #8  
Old March 30th 16, 05:52 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
jnugent
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Default Child maimed by pavement cyclist, guess what? The cyclist rodeaway.

On 30/03/2016 17:50, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 17:29, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 17:19, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 16:59, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 16:48, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 15:56, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 13:41, MrCheerful wrote:

http://www.lincolnshireecho.co.uk/Cy...ail/story.html







QUOTE:
"It happened at around 7.50pm on Thursday, March 17, when the young
boy
was walking out of a front gate.

"The cyclist, who was riding on the pavement, hit him.
"He is described as a man, dressed all in black riding a black cycle.
"The cyclist didn't stop and was seen to ride off towards the city
centre.
"The boy was taken to hospital and suffered a broken leg.
"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in
touch."

Describing the cyclist as a "man" is probably a little OTT.

Male, maybe. Fully-grown, maybe.

"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in
touch."

Male and fully-grown he might be, but a "man"?

It would take a man to own up to his disgusting behaviour.

So there's no chance.

I've always maintained "shared pavements" are dangerous.
The answer is to report all transgressions to the police and the local
authorities.
It is an improvement on just salivating!

You can be fairly certain that there are very few - if any - cycle
paths which adjoin garden gates.


I bow to Omniscience!


It is obvious.


Same for shop doorways.


Are you having difficulty with the word "share"? ( Whether legal or not)


What are you arguing about, precisely?
  #9  
Old March 30th 16, 06:12 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
colwyn[_2_]
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Posts: 239
Default Child maimed by pavement cyclist, guess what? The cyclist rodeaway.

On 30/03/2016 17:52, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 17:50, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 17:29, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 17:19, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 16:59, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 16:48, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 15:56, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 13:41, MrCheerful wrote:

http://www.lincolnshireecho.co.uk/Cy...ail/story.html








QUOTE:
"It happened at around 7.50pm on Thursday, March 17, when the young
boy
was walking out of a front gate.

"The cyclist, who was riding on the pavement, hit him.
"He is described as a man, dressed all in black riding a black
cycle.
"The cyclist didn't stop and was seen to ride off towards the city
centre.
"The boy was taken to hospital and suffered a broken leg.
"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in
touch."

Describing the cyclist as a "man" is probably a little OTT.

Male, maybe. Fully-grown, maybe.

"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in
touch."

Male and fully-grown he might be, but a "man"?

It would take a man to own up to his disgusting behaviour.

So there's no chance.

I've always maintained "shared pavements" are dangerous.
The answer is to report all transgressions to the police and the
local
authorities.
It is an improvement on just salivating!

You can be fairly certain that there are very few - if any - cycle
paths which adjoin garden gates.


I bow to Omniscience!


It is obvious.


Same for shop doorways.


Are you having difficulty with the word "share"? ( Whether legal or not)


What are you arguing about, precisely?


Your despicable comments and casting aspersions without knowing the full
story:

"Describing the cyclist as a "man" is probably a little OTT.

Male, maybe. Fully-grown, maybe.

Male and fully-grown he might be, but a "man"?

It would take a man to own up to his disgusting behaviour.

So there's no chance. "

JNugent reply:............................................ .
.................................................. ..........
.................................................. ..........
Ad nauseum





  #10  
Old March 30th 16, 06:19 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
colwyn[_2_]
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Posts: 239
Default Child maimed by pavement cyclist, guess what? The cyclist rodeaway.

On 30/03/2016 18:12, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 17:52, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 17:50, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 17:29, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 17:19, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 16:59, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 16:48, colwyn wrote:
On 30/03/2016 15:56, JNugent wrote:
On 30/03/2016 13:41, MrCheerful wrote:

http://www.lincolnshireecho.co.uk/Cy...ail/story.html









QUOTE:
"It happened at around 7.50pm on Thursday, March 17, when the young
boy
was walking out of a front gate.

"The cyclist, who was riding on the pavement, hit him.
"He is described as a man, dressed all in black riding a black
cycle.
"The cyclist didn't stop and was seen to ride off towards the city
centre.
"The boy was taken to hospital and suffered a broken leg.
"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in
touch."

Describing the cyclist as a "man" is probably a little OTT.

Male, maybe. Fully-grown, maybe.

"Sergeant Tom Richardson is appealing for the cyclist to get in
touch."

Male and fully-grown he might be, but a "man"?

It would take a man to own up to his disgusting behaviour.

So there's no chance.

I've always maintained "shared pavements" are dangerous.
The answer is to report all transgressions to the police and the
local
authorities.
It is an improvement on just salivating!

You can be fairly certain that there are very few - if any - cycle
paths which adjoin garden gates.

I bow to Omniscience!

It is obvious.

Same for shop doorways.

Are you having difficulty with the word "share"? ( Whether legal or not)


What are you arguing about, precisely?


Your despicable comments and casting aspersions without knowing the full
story:

"Describing the cyclist as a "man" is probably a little OTT.

Male, maybe. Fully-grown, maybe.

Male and fully-grown he might be, but a "man"?

It would take a man to own up to his disgusting behaviour.

So there's no chance. "

JNugent reply:............................................ .
.................................................. .........
.................................................. .........
Ad nauseum

Correction: ad nauseam




 




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