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Sunday, 21 July 2013
His name was Alan Neve

He was 54 years old. On 15th July 2013 he was killed while cycling to work in London. The following day approximatelly 2500 cyclists cycled from Russell Square to Lincoln’s Inn Fields in protest, and on the way they held a minute’s silence at the scene of the accident.  This is a short clip from that protest ride, taken near the tail end of the procession.  One of his colleagues has written a touching account of his death, and the aftermath of it.

The protest ride was organised by the London Cycling Campaign.

Posted by bigblue on 21/07/2013 at 08:48 AM
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