Luis Enrique Martínez asks prudence in the road

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Luis Enrique asks "respect" in the road for the cyclists

Published:16/05/2017 - 16:47h

Updated:16/05/2017 - 16:47h

The trainer of the FC Barcelona, Luis Enrique, known by his fans to the cycling, joined to a recent initiative that looks for to sensitise to the drivers and to the cyclists regarding the road. The number of dead persons this year endorse them

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In the last times have gone sucediendo in the Spanish roads several tragedies that involved the death of cyclists to hands of drivers that had committed big infringements. Something that has done to light the alarm in the road and through the media, asking that all take consciousness of this.

No only conductive, if no also the own cyclists, so that there is harmony between all. Like this it has been born a campaign that has set up the exciclista profesional Luis Pasamontes and that Luis Enrique Martínez has wanted to give him voice from his profile of Twitter.

The technician of the FC Barcelona appoints to three fellow cyclists so that it follow a chain that treats to sensitise to ones and to others, looking for put brake to the accidents of this type. "I struggle" it appoints three of his friends with which does routes in bike by Asturias "Felipe, Pepe, Tomás" and, besides, adds the slogan of the initiative "I drive, I pedaling, I respect in the road".

Worrisome figures of cyclists died

And Luis Enrique has not been the only visible face of the initiative. Other famous Spaniards like Dani Rovira or Santi Millán or the ex cyclist Pedro Thin also have participated asking responsibility. It does not be necessary to forget that no what carry of year already have been eighteen cyclists those that have lost the life in our roads, three more than in 2016, according to the DGT.

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