Lincolnshire County Council responds to cyclist death
I would like to offer my deepest condolences to the family after this tragic incident.
It is important to say that we had not been made aware of any of potholes at this location prior to the incident, and the A631 is generally in a good condition. As soon as the police alerted us to it following the accident, we responded immediately.
However, this is an on-going police investigation and therefore it is not appropriate for me to comment any further at this time.
– Paul Coathup, Assistant Director for Highways and Transportation
Tributes have been paid to cyclist Christian Brown, who died after coming off his bike. He has been remembered on the cycling group website, of which he was a member.
I am truly saddened to inform you that our friend & club mate Christian Brown passed away yesterday, Monday 18th February.
Christian was involved in a serious cycling accident 6 days ago and was airlifted to Hull Royal Infirmary in a critical condition, unfortunately he never recovered.
I’m sure like myself you will have many fantastic memories of our time with Christian, his strength, his determination, his will to succeed, which will stay with me forever, he will be greatly missed by us all.
Our thoughts and deepest sympathies go out to Christian’s family, girlfriend and many friends.
Cyclist's death: Police investigate pothole theory
Tributes are being paid to a cyclist who has died six days after coming off his bike in Lincolnshire, in a crash which may have been caused by a pothole. Christian Brown, who was 40 and from Kirton in Lindsey, passed away on Monday, and has now been named by police.
Mr Brown's family are expected to release a statement later today. Christian was cycling with a group along the A631 at North Willingham when the accident happened on Tuesday 12th February.
Lincolnshire Police have confirmed that they are investigating whether a pothole may have been the cause of the crash.