Apologies for yet another Thread about RLJs BUT.... Imagine the scene. On the road that goes towards Stockwell Tube, just by Clapham North Tube where the T Junction is. This dry, uncold morning at about 7.45ish. Lights go Red. I stop. Nothing in front, just a car or two behind. Nothing coming from the turning on the right. No pedestrains anywhere as the green man was still red. But I stop. As a CTC member, as somebody who wants the moral high ground when it comes to dangerous drivers and as somebody who does no want to be thought of as another pavement jumping, red-light jumping cyclist. So I stop. Whizzz, whizzzzz, whizzzz - three cyclists zoom past. These are cyclists on nice wheels, with all the ubiquitous yellow gear and tights and going it some in Primary and Secondary. Then whizzz, whizzz - two more shoot past. Then WHIZZZZZZZ. One more. Am I the only blinkin' cyclist at the lights? I look behind but see two waiting behind me. Now I understand fully the debate about cyclists and Red Lights. HOWEVER, how can cyclists upbraid other road users if they just whizzzzz through. Have to say, I felt like a real donut sitting at the lights. Needless to say, I caught most of the RLJs at the Stockwell Lights, anyway. What do YOU think?