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Cycle accident in the Pells

 
 
On 30 Sep 2014 at 12:03pm Sam Spam wrote:
Does anybody know what became of the cyclist that hit a car at the bottom of St John's Hill week before last?....his bike is still chained to a nearby lamp column?...he got taken off in an ambulance on the day and looked in a pretty poor state. Bikes whizz down there all the time and I'm surprised there aren't more accidents to be honest!
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On 30 Sep 2014 at 12:40pm 'erbert wrote:
That's sad, let's hope they are recovering well. Cyclists and drivers need to look out for each other all the time. On that note, thanks to the drivers who sensibly leave space near the kerb going up to the prison from Houndean. The road there is one of the worst in Lewes and it's horrific to cycle as you get thrown all over the place so the space is appreciated by this high vis wearing two wheeler (who never jumps a red light and always signals but will no doubt get abuse anyway just for being a cyclist).
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On 30 Sep 2014 at 3:26pm Herbert wrote:
Agree with 'erbert. The prison road is horrific, even the attempts they've made to patch it up are lumpy, bumpy and dangerous. When cycling out of town (and downhill) it's lethal, soon someone is going to get bumped out in front of a car and it won't be the driver or cyclists fault...
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On 30 Sep 2014 at 4:40pm Bert wrote:
I agree with Herbert and 'erbert the prison road is so dangerous for cyclists. To my mind, it is so dopey that such a major cycle path which connects Lewes to Brighton ends before one of the busiest junctions in Lewes. The road surface is so poor and it is too narrow. I say that as both a cyclist and a driver. It definitely needs to be sorted before someone gets hurt.
 
 
On 30 Sep 2014 at 5:38pm Albert wrote:
Check your cycle brakes regularly
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On 30 Sep 2014 at 6:32pm Englebert wrote:
Keep death off the roads, cycle on the pavement
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On 30 Sep 2014 at 7:27pm Humperdink wrote:
LOL
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On 30 Sep 2014 at 11:28pm Gerry Dorsey wrote:
His name changed from Gerry Dorsey to Engelbert Humperdinck. I mean, I just wanted to be in the room when they were working that one through: "Zingelbert Bembledack! Yingybert Dambleban! Zangelbert Bingledack! Wingelbert Humptyback! Slut Bunwalla!" "What?!" "All right, Kringelbert Fishtybuns! Steviebuns Bottrittrundle " "No, Gerry Dorsey! I like Gerry Dorsey!" "No, we can't, who we got? Zingelbert Bembledack, Tringelbert Wangledack, Slut Bunwalla, Klingybun Fistelvase, Dindlebert Zindledack, Gerry Dorsey, Engelbert Humptyback, Zengelbert Bingledack, Engelbert Humperdinck, Vingelbert Wingledanck " "No, no, go back one!"
 
 
On 1 Oct 2014 at 8:32am The Pacemakers wrote:
Well said Gerry - it`s what makes the forum bearable - LOL


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