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Let nature take its course

26th April 2012, Page 13
26th April 2012
Page 13
Page 13, 26th April 2012 — Let nature take its course
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

I HAVE JUST READ your brilliant editorial (“Those on two wheels”, 19 April). The move to fit sensors, audible truck-turning alarms, extra mirrors and safety bars to protect cyclists is interfereing with natural selection.

I know it would take a long time but, if we left nature to take its course, the non-compliant cyclist gene would eventually be eliminated. Similar to the headphoneclad people who walk out into moving traffic. Richard Underwood

Ed’s note: While we agree that there are some non-compliant cyclists, Richard, we can’t condone such a serious breach of the law.

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