Like Toy Soldiers


This evening.

Kildare Street, Dublin 2

A vigil and demonstration organised by the Dublin Cycling Campaign to call for more Government action and measures to be employed to protect cyclists after the deadliest year in more than 10 years.

Top pic via Andrew Leavitt

Second pic via Padráig Rice

Previously” The Deadlest year For Cyclist In Over A Decade”

21 thoughts on “Like Toy Soldiers

  1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    Buggered traffic RIGHT up.
    I agreed with the protest but now that I’ve been inconvenienced I hate all cyclists.

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      Ps thanks for the earworm, Broadsheet.

      Left right left we allllll falll dow-ow-ow-own

          1. why?

            Parasites are a scourge alright as are especially their lamentable fellow travellers looking for handouts for them with everyone else’s money

          2. Nigel

            As a vaguely human-shaped collection of intestinal parasites in a long coat you don’t have to worry about paying taxes, though.

      1. Twunt

        Because there isn’t always perfectly visibility. A lot of drivers have lights on always, regardless of conditions. Lights on and you are statistically, significantly less lightly to be in an accident.

        1. BobbyJ

          Agreed, visibility during daylight hours is not always perfect and that is why we must take extra care to look out for vulnerable road users.

          The reality is that you can be lit up like a christmas tree while cycling but if the driver is not ‘looking’ for you it won’t make a blind bit of difference (excuse the pun).

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