Re: [CCC] CS11 protester denies group she heads is behind Regent's Park tacks


Ross Corben <rc015g2947@...>
 

the road surface in Inner Circle is in terrible condition between Chester Road and York Bridge
 

From: stevenaedwards@... [CamdenCyclingCampaign]
Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2016 6:25 PM
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Subject: [CCC] CS11 protester denies group she heads is behind Regent's Park tacks
 
 

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Alex Bowden
October 25 2016
 
Claims campaigners ‘are not anti-cyclist’
 
 
The leader of a campaign to stop CS11 from being built has said that her group was not behind the tacks spread at Regent’s Park last week. Tacks were found on the Outer Circle – which is on the proposed CS11 route – at 7am on Friday, following a similar discovery on the Inner Circle eight days before.
Regent’s Park Cyclists’ spokesman, Justin McKie, said: “Cyclists doing laps generally travel at around 20mph, so getting a puncture which causes loss of control will quite often leave the rider on the floor and most likely injured. If that’s in front of a car, then that’s the big concern.”
 
Jessica Learmond-Criqui, who is behind a crowdfunding drive to raise £150,000 for a judicial review of CS11, condemned the actions and told CS11 protesters deny throwing tacks in the road to injure cyclists in Regent’s Park
that most objectors were not ‘anti-cyclist’.
 
 

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