‘Cycling Campanology’ – Lupus Street, Pimlico (1815)

A distant, muffled, shout from a cyclist turning the corner at a junction. The warning aimed at a blissfully unaware pedestrian, crossing the road cocooned in surround sound. The zenith of communication breakdown. A failure to embrace the art of bell ringing (should he have had such a thing) v a disregard for anything crossing the path of destiny (pavement or road). Road safety as the timeless campaign…

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