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Large number of adults riding bikes fast on pavements

Reported anonymously at 21:37, Friday 16 August 2019

Sent to Slough Borough Council 3 minutes later

There is an increasing number of adults riding bikes dangerously on pavements, this seems to be increasing. ive walked there many times with small children. they have no lights in dark, and during the day , they nip around at high speeds. ive been pushed over , and one of the children a 4 year old was also push and fell on pavement. lucky only a scrape or cut. some swear asking us to get out of their way. and very aggressive, NEXT TIME SOMEONE COULD HAVE SERIOUS INJURY.

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  • I think that action needs taking, as an injury is waiting to happen. perhaps start with visiting schools , as some of the problems are school boys riding home , its a danger for school children using the paths. at the traffic lights outside main entrance at Elliman academy . riding fast , straight across you as you are using the crossing at lights and beyond.

    Posted anonymously at 11:41, Saturday 14 September 2019
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  • It is now worse than ever. bikes no lights , going very fast. we that use the pavements are being driven from them. It is dangerous to walk on the pavements . Last week my friends little girl of two , who was on a childrens wrist guide was pulled over by a bike which rode her bike in between the mother and child. Are we going to have a death before action taken.

    Posted anonymously at 17:45, Saturday 12 October 2019
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  • Now its winter , and dark at 4 its worst than ever. bikes with no lights.

    Posted anonymously at 09:50, Sunday
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