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.
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