Just made my first direct complaint to a company about one of their drivers. 7:40 (approx) this a.m. Entering Sheffield Wicker area on the bus/cycle lane on the A6109. National Express came very close to having to explain a fatality. On of your vehicles (an ‘04’ plate with the number ‘320’ in lights on the back) passed me (I was on a road bike), close enough that I would have been able to reach out and touch it. It appeared to be travelling at greater speed than other traffic and then proceeded to move in towards the kerb before it had even overtaken me. This caused me to virtually stop to avoid being squeezed to the kerb. I find this kind of ‘professional’ driving even more amazing when I compare it to the level of cycle awareness shown by the local ‘First bus’ drivers, who always seem to wait for an appropriate place to pass and then leave appropriate room. I’m currently commuting 14 miles each way per day and therefore experience a lot of bad driving. I sure you can see this incident was ‘something special’ for me to actually write and complain. Maybe not the most eloquent of mails, but I wanted to contact them without wasting ½ the morning proof reading and rewriting. Expecting I’ll get a ‘standard letter’ response, if anything.