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University of Bath research shows that cyclists' outfits do not stop dangerous overtaking

University of Bath research shows that cyclists' outfits do not stop dangerous overtaking

This is Bath -- Researchers at the University of Bath have revealed there seems to be nothing a cyclist can do to stop some motorists passing dangerously close while overtaking. Dr Ian Walker, from the department of psychology, worked alongside staff at Brunel University, to look at the ways drivers..

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