By Victoria Bell For Mailonline. Less than five per cent of cyclists break traffic laws compared to 66 per cent of motorists, according to a report. The researchers analysed the behaviour of 28, cyclists crossing intersections in various large and small cities across the country. They found that just 4. The findings, published by the Danish government yesterday, directly contradict the popular perception held by many that cyclists frequently break road safety laws. Less than 5 per cent of cyclists break traffic laws but 66 per cent of motorists do so when driving, according to a report.
The Danish Road Safety Council this month launched a viral campaign designed to draw attention to the speed limits on Copenhagen roads. A short documentary 2 minutes 30 seconds tells the world about the Speed Patrol Bikini Bandits, topless blondes who stand at the side of the road holding speed limit signs. Even to casual speeding. There is a positive trend.
Topless babes wave speed limit signs at motorists in an initiative from the Danish Road Safety Council. The sun was shining brightly as I rolled down the steep ramp of the ferry into Picton. It's been a really busy week in the world of motorbikes, here's our weekly round-up of the biggest Guy Martin set a new UK speed record of