Should police constables stop furious cyclists? – archive, 1896 | Cycling | The Guardian
To the editor of the Manchester Guardian,
Sir, – In your article of this morning, upon the right of a police constable forcibly to stop a cyclist, you say “It is most undesirable that constables should get it into their heads that they are at liberty to stop, without warning, every cyclist who seems to them to be riding too fast. The cyclist is clearly entitled to be warned, and ought to be warned before stronger measures are resorted to,” &c.