Some questions

In addition, why do cyclists insist on riding on the roads where there are cycle paths? Is it because they don’t like the bumps of the expansion joints?

Moreover, why do cyclists insist on riding over the old bridge to the detriment of pedestrians and mums with children and pushers?

I know the road is dangerous, but you can see a lot just walking across.

On another matter, why don’t the rangers enforce the No Jumping signs on the old bridge? Are we waiting for another tragedy?

But if you can’t beat them perhaps join them by providing a diving platform on the bridge and a barrier surrounding it under the bridge.

Have a good day… from an 80-year-old cyclist who is not taking chances of being bowled over by a car because there are many drivers who should not have a licence.