Jake Wallis Simons

Why do cyclists insist on making drivers angry?

There’s nothing as dangerous as an angry motorist

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Picture the scene. I’m in the New Forest, riding in a bicycle race. It looks like I’m on course for a personal best, perhaps even first place. I’m well-fuelled and feeling strong. Then I hit traffic.

The road is too narrow to slip alongside the line of five or six cars in front of me.

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Jake Wallis Simons
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Jake Wallis Simons

Jake Wallis Simons is editor of the Jewish Chronicle and author of Israelophobia: The newest version of the oldest hatred.

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