Oh s***. our thoughts are with his family and friends.
Terribly sad, my condolences.
terrible news, RIP fellow cyclist
Poor bloke, I'm glad they managed to find the driver though, which is a start in the right direction.
RIP. Really sad news. Thoughts are with his family and all who loved him.
Awful, awful news.
I suppose we'll change the title of the thread? I'll pop over with some flowers later on. And since it's right outside my house/on my commute I'd like to contribute towards setting up a ghostbike.
happy to contribute to ghostbike too
Sorry to hear this
awful awful news
Condolences to the family and friends.
Too sad. A ghost bike here would be a very good thing to have.
RIP, condolences to this man's friends and family and all those who think of him well.
This is directly across the road from my flat and I also ride past twice a day.
how could the driver not stop? i just don't understand. Just watched the documentary on Millie Dowler and now read this and now can't stop crying.
rest in peace Peter.
I am very sorry to hear about yet another loss of life under the wheels of an LGV.
Not the place Ed.
Sorry about the delay in changing the title. Only noticed the flowers/cards on the lamppost when I was wandering back from Columbia Rd today.
Terribly sad. RIP.
Nothing worse than hearing these stories, RIP :(
:( just saw the flowers today and checked in here. I live off temple st and could give a bike to ghostbike...
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