Shocking dashcam footage shows SIXTEEN cyclists skip single red light in 30 secs

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Shocking footage shows sixteen cyclists brazenly jumping a red light in just 30 seconds.

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A row of riders cheered on pedestrians and motorists as they waited for the lights to change in East London’s Tower Hamlets.

Over a dozen bikes queued up just to cruise through a red lightcredit: Happy Days Twitter/Triangle News
When cyclists ignored the signal, angry motorists saw

When cyclists ignored the signal, angry motorists sawcredit: Happy Days Twitter/Triangle News

Dashcam footage shows impatient drivers watching bikers ride recklessly on their way.


It holds up to 16 cyclists—including delivery riders in the Deliveroo kit—all while clamoring for safety without any concerns.

Viewer Muji Ali said: “I watch it everyday so it’s not too surprising.

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“No one gave way this morning and almost collided with a mother and child in a race to school.”

The footage was recorded last Wednesday at Whitechapel Road, Tower Hamlets.

It denotes a designated waiting box for cyclists that is only occupied by two waiting cyclists as others ride past.

About 7.5 million people in England cycle for leisure, health or work purposes.

Last year, there was a 43.8 percent drop in police enforcement of cyclists jumping red lights or cycling on the sidewalk.

In contrast, motorists saw an 18 percent increase in fixed fine fines over the same period.

Many people online reprimanded cyclists for breaking the law for which motorists are often blamed.

David Laws said: “I challenge anyone to justify why we should turn a blind eye to breaking such a deadly law.”

Another said: “There is complete disrespect of the law in these placards.”

A third said: “Is tfl going to investigate a growing number of cyclists over pedestrian collisions in London?”

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