Cyclists: is it time for tougher laws?

It’s early morning and, in central London, “the sun rises sleepily” over Regent’s Park’s lake and lawns, said Esther Addley in The Guardian. But on the road that encircles the park, the atmosphere is anything but lazy. 

With cars banned until 7am, scores of cyclists are pedalling furiously around the Outer Circle. Many are en route to work, others are members of cycle clubs doing timed laps in groups. 

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