Well that's what the Cambridge Evening New says. Yes, it's the usual anal mutterings from the hard of understanding. But I was interested by their statement: Although cyclists don't have to use cycle paths, the Highway Code says: "If cycle routes are available cyclists should make use of them, as they can make their journeys safer." That's not right I thought, and sure enough, there appears to be no such statement in the HC as published on www.gov.uk. But a little bit of searching reveals www.highwaycodeuk.co.uk which contains: Section 61 Section 61 covers cycle routes and other facilities for cyclists. If cycle routes are available cyclists should make use of them, as they can make their journeys safer. Cyclists should also use advanced stop lines, cycle boxes and toucan crossings, unless it is unsafe to do so. No idea who, or what, DRIVINGED (owner of www.highwaycodeuk.co.uk) is, but is certainly isn't The Highway Code ... is it?