BBC survey wants to hear cyclists’ opinions on road potholes

BBC is inviting cyclists to complete a short online survey on whether they have ever had an accident as a result of a road pothole, and any experience in reporting a potholes to get it fixed

Britain’s potholed roads cause a hazard for all road users, but cyclists can be particularly vulnerable to major defects in asphalt.

The BBC is running a survey for cyclists to answer a short series of questions on whether they have ever had an accident or been injured as a result of hitting – or avoiding – a pothole in the road, or not.

The survey only takes a few minutes to complete.

>>> Complete the BBC cycling pothole survey here

In addition to asking whether you have ever had an accident involving a pothole, the survey also asks whether you have ever reported the presence of a pothole, and whether it was subsequently fixed.

Results will be aired on BBC Radio’s 5Live Investigates programme at 11.00am on March 25.

We will also share the results here on www.cyclingweekly.com.

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