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Cambridgeshire council worker assaulted by cyclist

Do you know this woman? Credit: Cambridgeshire Police.

Police want to speak to this woman after a council worker was assaulted as she tried to stop a cyclist in Peterborough.

The victim was attempting to deal with a woman who was cycling in the no-cycling zone of Bridge Street at about 2pm on September 8.

Anyone who recognises the woman in the CCTV image should contact Cambridgeshire Police.

£500,000 boost as Tour of Britain rides into Essex

The Essex economy could be line for a £500,000 boost as crowds flocked to watch some of the world's best cyclists in Tendring on Thursday.

Clacton hosted the Time Trial stage of the Tour of Britain, with the pictures being beamed to viewers across the world.

The stage was won by Dutch rider Lars Boom who completed the 10-mile route in 19 minutes and two seconds - around six seconds faster than his nearest competitor.

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Essex cyclist Alex Dowsett: Once in a career moment

Maldon cyclist Alex Dowsett says he's "super excited" about the Tour of Britain time trial. Speaking before the stage he said he would have lots of friends there to watch him race.

The stage is taking place in his home county, which he describes as a "once in a career moment".

The Movistar rider will be hoping to put on a show having missed out on selection for the Tour de France. This could be one of the last outings for Dowsett with the Spanish teams and is switching to Katusha next season.

Cyclist fighting for life after Bedfordshire crash

The crash happened at Potton, near Sandy. Credit: ITV News Anglia.

A cyclist is fighting for his life after being hit by a car in Bedfordshire on Saturday.

The crash happened at about 12.20pm at Hatley Road at Potton, near Sandy.

The man was air lifted to hospital with what police have said are life-threatening injuries.

Police are appealing for the occupants of a blue car with learner plates - believed to have been driving along the road just before the crash - to get in touch.

One man has been arrested and investigations are on-going

Women's Tour 2017 kicks off in Northamptonshire

Thousands of people lined the route for Stage One of the Women's Tour as it passed through Northamptonshire today.

The 147.5 km route took the riders from Daventry to Kettering. The stage was won by Polish star Katarzyna Niewiadoma.

The tour now moves on to Stoke for Stage 2.

Watch highlights of Stage One on ITV4 at 11.05pm tonight

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87-year-old sets three world records for cycling

John Lee, 87, hold three world cycling records in his age group. Credit: ITV News Anglia

John Lee from Luton in Bedfordshire is 87 and has been cycling for 65 years.

He now claims three world records in his age group. The records, usually set at indoor velodromes, are for the distance covered in one hour on the track.

For John it was 21.38 miles set in 2009 when he was eighty. At 84 he covered 20.43 miles, while it was just under 19 miles for his most recent in September.

Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Donovan Blake

Cycling sisters selected for 'podium programme'

Hannah Barnes has been selected. Credit: PA

Northamptonshire sisters Hannah and Alice Barnes will both benefit from top level funding next year.

They've been selected for British Cycling's 'podium programme' as part of the women's road squad.

Unsurprisingly, Hertfordshire's four-time Olympic gold medallist Laura Kenny - formerly Laura Trott of course - has also been picked for the track endurance team.

Bikes worth £12,000 stolen in Norfolk

A Specialized mountain bike stolen from Poringland. Credit: Norfolk Police.

Two bikes worth more than £12,000 have been stolen in Norfolk.

Police are appealing for information after the multi-coloured Specialized mountain bike and grey Santa Cruz mountain bike were taken from a property at Cawstons Meadow in Poringland, near Norwich.

They were stolen some time between 10am on Sunday October 30 and 6pm on Thursday November 3.

A Santa Cruz mountain bike from Poringland. Credit: Norfolk Police.
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