New survey reveals more than half of cyclists feel unsafe on roads

A new survey conducted in Burton found that half the cyclists on the roads feel unsafe. 

The news comes just a few months after a resident from the area was convicted for causing death by dangerous driving when he hit a pedestrian in January last year. 

The new research which was conducted by the British cycling clothing company Li & Co ltd, more than 50 per cent of cyclists feel unsafe on the roads despite 90 per cent of them using bike lights and wearing helmets. 

A new survey conducted in Burton found that half the cyclists on the roads feel unsafe. 

The news comes just a few months after a resident from the area was convicted for causing death by dangerous driving when he hit a pedestrian in January last year. 

The new research which was conducted by the British cycling clothing company Li & Co ltd, more than 50 per cent of cyclists feel unsafe on the roads despite 90 per cent of them using bike lights and wearing helmets. 

Figures currently show that 3 out of 10 cyclists are involved in accidents proving that even the most experienced riders are not safe. 

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