CTC policy co-ordinator Chris Peck said it was important to ask why a minority of cyclists used pavements instead of the roads or went through red lights.
Mr Peck said CTC wanted to see road rules “rewritten” to help cyclists.
The AA said the behaviour of some cyclists effectively meant there were “two tribes” at war on the roads.
Is Britain really getting on its on bike – The Independent votes yes:
* More and more people are discovering the benefits of cycling – both to themselves and to the environment
* Car use at current levels is unsustainable in the long run. Cycling is the obvious alternative for short journeys
* ‘Liveability’ is the watchword in today’s urban environment. Bicycles contribute to this ideal – cars do not
Cheered me up a bit, that article.