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SBD Global/November 9, 2012/Leagues and Governing Bodies
Cycling Accidents By Bradley Wiggins, Team GB Coach Elicit Calls For Safety
Published November 9, 2012
A PLEA FOR SAFETY: In London, Jonathan McEvoy reported that British Cycling Dir Martin Gibbs believes that the government "should be doing more to prevent such incidents." Gibbs said: "These incidents do remind you that we've got a long way to go. We need to look to our cousins abroad and Copenhagen and see what they've done" (DAILY MAIL, 11/8). Cycling charity Sustrans member Joe Williams said, "This collision shines a light on the increasing number of cyclists being killed or seriously injured on Britain's roads (LONDON TIMES, 11/8).