Cyclist attacked by gang

Daily Echo: Cyclist attacked by gang Cyclist attacked by gang

A CYCLIST was left unconscious after being attacked by teenagers.

The 23-year-old victim was pulled off his bike by a group of five to six teenagers and then kicked while he was on the ground.

The unprovoked attack happened as the cyclist was riding home from work along the cycle track near the Rowner Road underpass, in Gosport.

He saw the group of white teenage boys on the cycle track and tried to ride around them.

During the assault that followed he was knocked unconscious and suffered facial injuries.

Witnesses or anyone with information about the incident which took place at around 2.15am on December 20, are asked to call CID at Fareham Police Station on 101 or leave information anonymously with Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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12:30pm Sat 28 Dec 13

camerajuan says...

Who still thinks cyclists are a danger?!?!
Who still thinks cyclists are a danger?!?! camerajuan

3:06pm Sat 28 Dec 13

Niel says...

Typical Turk-Town yoof's, probably the same little b'stards of skate-bait who've been stealing motorcycles then smashing them up and setting them alight, because it's 'fun'...
Typical Turk-Town yoof's, probably the same little b'stards of skate-bait who've been stealing motorcycles then smashing them up and setting them alight, because it's 'fun'... Niel

3:50pm Sat 28 Dec 13

geoff51 says...

Maybe they got annoyed when the cyclist told them to get out of the way as he owned the road!
Maybe they got annoyed when the cyclist told them to get out of the way as he owned the road! geoff51

1:24pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Dan Soton says...

Anti bike crack heads..



I blame Anti bike crack head Rob Ford, he kicked all this anti-bike sentiment off back in 2007, our salad tosser chef James Martin picked it up in 2009 and its been going around the world ever since..




THE BICYCLE IS EMERGING AS A NEW CONSERVATIVE FRONT IN THE CULTURE WARS.

By Jordan Michael Smith DECEMBER 15, 2013

EVEN BEFORE TORONTO MAYOR Rob Ford became internationally famous for being videotaped smoking crack, he was known as a City Hall version of Bluto Blutarsky of "Animal House"—swearing in public, proudly overeating, guzzling booze.

FORD RESERVES SPECIAL VENOM FOR THE MENACE CALLED THE BICYCLE. HE IS PERHAPS THE MOST ANTIBIKE POLITICIAN IN THE WORLD.

In 2007, he told the Toronto City Council that roads were designed for only buses, cars, and trucks. IF CYCLISTS GOT KILLED ON ROADS, "IT'S THEIR OWN FAULT AT THE END OF THE DAY," HE SAID. He compared biking on a city street to swimming with sharks—"sooner or later you're going to get bitten." He once summarized his views in City Hall succinctly: "Cyclists are a pain in the **** to the motorists."

This all might seem kind of crazy—the rantings of an unmuzzled Canadian demagogue better known for his disastrous personal habits. But in his antipathy for bikes, Ford appears to be part of a trend. Particularly in America, the bicycle is emerging as a new conservative front in the culture wars. In May, Wall Street Journal commentator Dorothy Rabinowitz called bicyclists "the most important danger in the city"; in Colorado's last governor's election, a Republican candidate said a local bike-sharing program "could threaten our personal freedoms." A columnist for the conservative Washington Times declared D.C. bike-sharing programs to be "broken-down socialism"; radio pundit RUSH LIMBAUGH SAID HE "WON'T CARE" IF HIS CAR DOOR KNOCKS OVER A CYCLIST.

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TV CHEF JAMES MARTIN COOKS UP A STORM WITH ANTI-CYCLING REMARKS

Wednesday, September 16, 2009 10.08am

British TV chef James Martin, who caused uproar with a newspaper column that said he hates cyclists and caused a group of riders to crash.

Martin wrote in his review of a Tesla Roadstar electric car: "God, I hate those cyclists. Every last herbal tea-drinking, Harriet Harman-voting one of them.



,,
Anti bike crack heads.. I blame Anti bike crack head Rob Ford, he kicked all this anti-bike sentiment off back in 2007, our salad tosser chef James Martin picked it up in 2009 and its been going around the world ever since.. THE BICYCLE IS EMERGING AS A NEW CONSERVATIVE FRONT IN THE CULTURE WARS. By Jordan Michael Smith DECEMBER 15, 2013 EVEN BEFORE TORONTO MAYOR Rob Ford became internationally famous for being videotaped smoking crack, he was known as a City Hall version of Bluto Blutarsky of "Animal House"—swearing in public, proudly overeating, guzzling booze. FORD RESERVES SPECIAL VENOM FOR THE MENACE CALLED THE BICYCLE. HE IS PERHAPS THE MOST ANTIBIKE POLITICIAN IN THE WORLD. In 2007, he told the Toronto City Council that roads were designed for only buses, cars, and trucks. IF CYCLISTS GOT KILLED ON ROADS, "IT'S THEIR OWN FAULT AT THE END OF THE DAY," HE SAID. He compared biking on a city street to swimming with sharks—"sooner or later you're going to get bitten." He once summarized his views in City Hall succinctly: "Cyclists are a pain in the **** to the motorists." This all might seem kind of crazy—the rantings of an unmuzzled Canadian demagogue better known for his disastrous personal habits. But in his antipathy for bikes, Ford appears to be part of a trend. Particularly in America, the bicycle is emerging as a new conservative front in the culture wars. In May, Wall Street Journal commentator Dorothy Rabinowitz called bicyclists "the most important danger in the city"; in Colorado's last governor's election, a Republican candidate said a local bike-sharing program "could threaten our personal freedoms." A columnist for the conservative Washington Times declared D.C. bike-sharing programs to be "broken-down socialism"; radio pundit RUSH LIMBAUGH SAID HE "WON'T CARE" IF HIS CAR DOOR KNOCKS OVER A CYCLIST. http://www.bostonglo be.com/ideas/2013/12 /15/conservatives-ne w-enemy-bikes/NoLMjn ocHg28jZ4hw3F4oI/sto ry.html TV CHEF JAMES MARTIN COOKS UP A STORM WITH ANTI-CYCLING REMARKS Wednesday, September 16, 2009 10.08am British TV chef James Martin, who caused uproar with a newspaper column that said he hates cyclists and caused a group of riders to crash. Martin wrote in his review of a Tesla Roadstar electric car: "God, I hate those cyclists. Every last herbal tea-drinking, Harriet Harman-voting one of them. ,, Dan Soton

3:19pm Sun 29 Dec 13

geoff51 says...

Dan Soton wrote:
Anti bike crack heads..



I blame Anti bike crack head Rob Ford, he kicked all this anti-bike sentiment off back in 2007, our salad tosser chef James Martin picked it up in 2009 and its been going around the world ever since..




THE BICYCLE IS EMERGING AS A NEW CONSERVATIVE FRONT IN THE CULTURE WARS.

By Jordan Michael Smith DECEMBER 15, 2013

EVEN BEFORE TORONTO MAYOR Rob Ford became internationally famous for being videotaped smoking crack, he was known as a City Hall version of Bluto Blutarsky of "Animal House"—swearing in public, proudly overeating, guzzling booze.

FORD RESERVES SPECIAL VENOM FOR THE MENACE CALLED THE BICYCLE. HE IS PERHAPS THE MOST ANTIBIKE POLITICIAN IN THE WORLD.

In 2007, he told the Toronto City Council that roads were designed for only buses, cars, and trucks. IF CYCLISTS GOT KILLED ON ROADS, "IT'S THEIR OWN FAULT AT THE END OF THE DAY," HE SAID. He compared biking on a city street to swimming with sharks—"sooner or later you're going to get bitten." He once summarized his views in City Hall succinctly: "Cyclists are a pain in the **** to the motorists."

This all might seem kind of crazy—the rantings of an unmuzzled Canadian demagogue better known for his disastrous personal habits. But in his antipathy for bikes, Ford appears to be part of a trend. Particularly in America, the bicycle is emerging as a new conservative front in the culture wars. In May, Wall Street Journal commentator Dorothy Rabinowitz called bicyclists "the most important danger in the city"; in Colorado's last governor's election, a Republican candidate said a local bike-sharing program "could threaten our personal freedoms." A columnist for the conservative Washington Times declared D.C. bike-sharing programs to be "broken-down socialism"; radio pundit RUSH LIMBAUGH SAID HE "WON'T CARE" IF HIS CAR DOOR KNOCKS OVER A CYCLIST.

http://www.bostonglo

be.com/ideas/2013/12

/15/conservatives-ne

w-enemy-bikes/NoLMjn

ocHg28jZ4hw3F4oI/sto

ry.html




TV CHEF JAMES MARTIN COOKS UP A STORM WITH ANTI-CYCLING REMARKS

Wednesday, September 16, 2009 10.08am

British TV chef James Martin, who caused uproar with a newspaper column that said he hates cyclists and caused a group of riders to crash.

Martin wrote in his review of a Tesla Roadstar electric car: "God, I hate those cyclists. Every last herbal tea-drinking, Harriet Harman-voting one of them.



,,
Yawn! God you could Bore every one in the world!
[quote][p][bold]Dan Soton[/bold] wrote: Anti bike crack heads.. I blame Anti bike crack head Rob Ford, he kicked all this anti-bike sentiment off back in 2007, our salad tosser chef James Martin picked it up in 2009 and its been going around the world ever since.. THE BICYCLE IS EMERGING AS A NEW CONSERVATIVE FRONT IN THE CULTURE WARS. By Jordan Michael Smith DECEMBER 15, 2013 EVEN BEFORE TORONTO MAYOR Rob Ford became internationally famous for being videotaped smoking crack, he was known as a City Hall version of Bluto Blutarsky of "Animal House"—swearing in public, proudly overeating, guzzling booze. FORD RESERVES SPECIAL VENOM FOR THE MENACE CALLED THE BICYCLE. HE IS PERHAPS THE MOST ANTIBIKE POLITICIAN IN THE WORLD. In 2007, he told the Toronto City Council that roads were designed for only buses, cars, and trucks. IF CYCLISTS GOT KILLED ON ROADS, "IT'S THEIR OWN FAULT AT THE END OF THE DAY," HE SAID. He compared biking on a city street to swimming with sharks—"sooner or later you're going to get bitten." He once summarized his views in City Hall succinctly: "Cyclists are a pain in the **** to the motorists." This all might seem kind of crazy—the rantings of an unmuzzled Canadian demagogue better known for his disastrous personal habits. But in his antipathy for bikes, Ford appears to be part of a trend. Particularly in America, the bicycle is emerging as a new conservative front in the culture wars. In May, Wall Street Journal commentator Dorothy Rabinowitz called bicyclists "the most important danger in the city"; in Colorado's last governor's election, a Republican candidate said a local bike-sharing program "could threaten our personal freedoms." A columnist for the conservative Washington Times declared D.C. bike-sharing programs to be "broken-down socialism"; radio pundit RUSH LIMBAUGH SAID HE "WON'T CARE" IF HIS CAR DOOR KNOCKS OVER A CYCLIST. http://www.bostonglo be.com/ideas/2013/12 /15/conservatives-ne w-enemy-bikes/NoLMjn ocHg28jZ4hw3F4oI/sto ry.html TV CHEF JAMES MARTIN COOKS UP A STORM WITH ANTI-CYCLING REMARKS Wednesday, September 16, 2009 10.08am British TV chef James Martin, who caused uproar with a newspaper column that said he hates cyclists and caused a group of riders to crash. Martin wrote in his review of a Tesla Roadstar electric car: "God, I hate those cyclists. Every last herbal tea-drinking, Harriet Harman-voting one of them. ,,[/p][/quote]Yawn! God you could Bore every one in the world! geoff51

5:12pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Dan Soton says...

geoff51 wrote:
Dan Soton wrote:
Anti bike crack heads..



I blame Anti bike crack head Rob Ford, he kicked all this anti-bike sentiment off back in 2007, our salad tosser chef James Martin picked it up in 2009 and its been going around the world ever since..




THE BICYCLE IS EMERGING AS A NEW CONSERVATIVE FRONT IN THE CULTURE WARS.

By Jordan Michael Smith DECEMBER 15, 2013

EVEN BEFORE TORONTO MAYOR Rob Ford became internationally famous for being videotaped smoking crack, he was known as a City Hall version of Bluto Blutarsky of "Animal House"—swearing in public, proudly overeating, guzzling booze.

FORD RESERVES SPECIAL VENOM FOR THE MENACE CALLED THE BICYCLE. HE IS PERHAPS THE MOST ANTIBIKE POLITICIAN IN THE WORLD.

In 2007, he told the Toronto City Council that roads were designed for only buses, cars, and trucks. IF CYCLISTS GOT KILLED ON ROADS, "IT'S THEIR OWN FAULT AT THE END OF THE DAY," HE SAID. He compared biking on a city street to swimming with sharks—"sooner or later you're going to get bitten." He once summarized his views in City Hall succinctly: "Cyclists are a pain in the **** to the motorists."

This all might seem kind of crazy—the rantings of an unmuzzled Canadian demagogue better known for his disastrous personal habits. But in his antipathy for bikes, Ford appears to be part of a trend. Particularly in America, the bicycle is emerging as a new conservative front in the culture wars. In May, Wall Street Journal commentator Dorothy Rabinowitz called bicyclists "the most important danger in the city"; in Colorado's last governor's election, a Republican candidate said a local bike-sharing program "could threaten our personal freedoms." A columnist for the conservative Washington Times declared D.C. bike-sharing programs to be "broken-down socialism"; radio pundit RUSH LIMBAUGH SAID HE "WON'T CARE" IF HIS CAR DOOR KNOCKS OVER A CYCLIST.

http://www.bostonglo


be.com/ideas/2013/12


/15/conservatives-ne


w-enemy-bikes/NoLMjn


ocHg28jZ4hw3F4oI/sto


ry.html




TV CHEF JAMES MARTIN COOKS UP A STORM WITH ANTI-CYCLING REMARKS

Wednesday, September 16, 2009 10.08am

British TV chef James Martin, who caused uproar with a newspaper column that said he hates cyclists and caused a group of riders to crash.

Martin wrote in his review of a Tesla Roadstar electric car: "God, I hate those cyclists. Every last herbal tea-drinking, Harriet Harman-voting one of them.



,,
Yawn! God you could Bore every one in the world!
That's okay with me.. you'll have to get used to it, every opportunity I'll remind you how/why you and your Zombie Anti Bike friends were dug up.






,,
[quote][p][bold]geoff51[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dan Soton[/bold] wrote: Anti bike crack heads.. I blame Anti bike crack head Rob Ford, he kicked all this anti-bike sentiment off back in 2007, our salad tosser chef James Martin picked it up in 2009 and its been going around the world ever since.. THE BICYCLE IS EMERGING AS A NEW CONSERVATIVE FRONT IN THE CULTURE WARS. By Jordan Michael Smith DECEMBER 15, 2013 EVEN BEFORE TORONTO MAYOR Rob Ford became internationally famous for being videotaped smoking crack, he was known as a City Hall version of Bluto Blutarsky of "Animal House"—swearing in public, proudly overeating, guzzling booze. FORD RESERVES SPECIAL VENOM FOR THE MENACE CALLED THE BICYCLE. HE IS PERHAPS THE MOST ANTIBIKE POLITICIAN IN THE WORLD. In 2007, he told the Toronto City Council that roads were designed for only buses, cars, and trucks. IF CYCLISTS GOT KILLED ON ROADS, "IT'S THEIR OWN FAULT AT THE END OF THE DAY," HE SAID. He compared biking on a city street to swimming with sharks—"sooner or later you're going to get bitten." He once summarized his views in City Hall succinctly: "Cyclists are a pain in the **** to the motorists." This all might seem kind of crazy—the rantings of an unmuzzled Canadian demagogue better known for his disastrous personal habits. But in his antipathy for bikes, Ford appears to be part of a trend. Particularly in America, the bicycle is emerging as a new conservative front in the culture wars. In May, Wall Street Journal commentator Dorothy Rabinowitz called bicyclists "the most important danger in the city"; in Colorado's last governor's election, a Republican candidate said a local bike-sharing program "could threaten our personal freedoms." A columnist for the conservative Washington Times declared D.C. bike-sharing programs to be "broken-down socialism"; radio pundit RUSH LIMBAUGH SAID HE "WON'T CARE" IF HIS CAR DOOR KNOCKS OVER A CYCLIST. http://www.bostonglo be.com/ideas/2013/12 /15/conservatives-ne w-enemy-bikes/NoLMjn ocHg28jZ4hw3F4oI/sto ry.html TV CHEF JAMES MARTIN COOKS UP A STORM WITH ANTI-CYCLING REMARKS Wednesday, September 16, 2009 10.08am British TV chef James Martin, who caused uproar with a newspaper column that said he hates cyclists and caused a group of riders to crash. Martin wrote in his review of a Tesla Roadstar electric car: "God, I hate those cyclists. Every last herbal tea-drinking, Harriet Harman-voting one of them. ,,[/p][/quote]Yawn! God you could Bore every one in the world![/p][/quote]That's okay with me.. you'll have to get used to it, every opportunity I'll remind you how/why you and your Zombie Anti Bike friends were dug up. ,, Dan Soton

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