A cyclist filmed a road rage attack where a cyclist was punched to the ground.
The incident happened in Bermondsey on August 27th. Sam Khamtonwong was filming as a car overtook a group of cyclists. He says someone in the car swore at them before it came to a stop. Three men got out of the car and confronted one of the cyclists who was then knocked to the ground. One of the cyclists was also sprayed in the face with a liquid.
Mr Khamtonwong has posted the video on YouTube. The police have been contacted and are investigating.
The victim of a road traffic collision in Regent Street has died.Michael Mason, 70, died at the Royal London Hospital following the accident on 25 February.
Police continue to appeal for witnesses to come forward after Mr Mason, who was on a bicycle, was seriously injured in a road traffic collision at around 6:20pm on Regent Street, near the junction with Little Portland Street.
The driver of the car stopped at the scene. No arrest was made. Enquires are continuing.
Police have confirmed that a cyclist has been treated for injuries following a collision with a bus in the Whitehall area.
Boris Johnson defended his Cycle Superhighways, but also said he was not against banning lorries during peak hours. During a rather tense Mayor's Question Time, the Mayor said he 'bitterly regretted' the recent deaths but insisted cycling in the capital was safer than in previous years.
Our Political Correspondent Simon Harris reports.
One Londoner tweeted this picture of another challenge facing cyclists. A puddle, over 7 centimetres deep in one of the capital's Cycle Superhighways.
Green Party Assembly Member, Baroness Jones, became embroiled in a row with Boris Johnson at Mayor's Question Time after telling him to "apologise to Londoners" for his record on cycling safety, and his "flawed and dangerous (cycling) policies".
Boris Johnson says he is not against the idea of a lorry ban at rush hour. The Mayor says 2 out of 14 recent deaths were during the morning peak. But Boris warns a rush hour ban would risk a "great glut of lorries" the minute the peak was over.
The Liberal Democrat's Caroline Pidgeon questions why it took 18 months to build a cycle lane. Boris Johnson replies we have "shifted heaven and earth to get these things installed". Caroline Pidgeon says it's "not fast enough", adding:
Mayor Boris Johnson is facing questions from the London Assembly about the spate of cycle deaths. He repeats the line that overall the number of fatalities is declining, saying: