You hear about these things on the forum - but today it was my turn to witness it... This morning there was a cyclist hit by a car on the RAB of the A426 Blaby Bypass in Leicester, for those of you that know it. Don't know the details of it, but judging by the position of the stopped car and the abandoned bike, as I rode past the ambulance (it's on my route to work), the cyclist was on the circulatory and the car was attempting to join the RAB. Please be careful on RABs. Not saying this was the case this morning, but please don't hug the outside edge of RABs. Stay in primary. The RAB in question joins 2 stretches of 70 dual carriageway so it's even more important to be in primary. I hope s/he's OK and makes a speedy recovery.