Monday, 19 July 2010

Farewell London Cycle Network


Councillor Hasleden was avoidably detained on his way to the launch of Cycling Superhighway 7 on Clapham Common having opted to take the mellow London Cycle Network 3 across the common rather than fiddlearse around with the blue stuff on the road.

His journey was truncated when he was stopped in his tracks by a large lorry parked slapbang across LCN+3 on Windmill Drive just as he neared the Superhighway launch marquee full of people celebrating London's improvement in cycling conditions.

A couple of police on bikes passed by and had a word with the driver whose lorry was parked illegally on double yellow lines. They didn't make him move though - clearly blocking LCN+3, still used by hundreds of cyclists a day despite the nearby blue goo, is not a concern to the Met.

1 comment:

jellybaby.net said...

It might be a large lorry but it also looks low. Couldn't he do a wheelie, hop up onto the truck bed and then jump off the other side, perhaps with a 360° spin?