Should all drivers put stickers on cars to help keep cyclists safe?

The AA's 'Think Bike' campaign reaches its 10th anniversary and is enjoying some high-profile backers

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Motorists are being urged to put stickers on their door mirrors to remind them to Think Bike, as the campaign reaches its 10th anniversary.

The Automobile Association (AA) has relaunched the famous campaign as it reaches its 10th anniversary, with Jeremy Vine and Chris Boardman both throwing their weight behind it.

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After cutting his teeth on local and national newspapers, James began at Cycling Weekly as a sub-editor in 2000 when the current office was literally all fields. 

Eventually becoming chief sub-editor, in 2016 he switched to the job of full-time writer, and covers news, racing and features.

A lifelong cyclist and cycling fan, James's racing days (and most of his fitness) are now behind him. But he still rides regularly, both on the road and on the gravelly stuff.