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England and Wales Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) Decisions
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Cite as:  1 Cr App R (S) 92,  EWCA Crim 2109,  1 Cr App Rep (S) 92
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London, WC2A 2LL
B e f o r e :
MR JUSTICE MITTING
MR JUSTICE TUGENDHAT
|R E G I N A|
|ROBERT JOHN LAMBERT|
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"You showed no regard whatsoever for any pedestrians by riding on the bicycle as you did. It was totally without regard for them and their safety."
"Cyclists owe a duty to other road users and not to ride in such a way as to cause accidents, whether this like or otherwise. They must not be a danger to others and especially not to pedestrians. This was a serious example of irresponsible riding of a bicycle."
We agree with those observations.