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Yesterday in heavy traffic on a route I don't often use, there was a cycle lane alongside. The lycra set were happily wending their way along while I was stop start in a slow moving traffic jam (rush hour). Every now and then I noticed the cycle lane seemed to disappear, sometimes crossing over the road at lights etc and at one point at lights where I was indicating left 3 cyclists shot up the inside, heads down looking neither right nor left. So what is the right procedure? Not of course that it will make any difference. If we are turning left we should pull over towards the left side in normal situations and the chance of another vehicle undertaking is reduced. Where there has been or is a cycle lane that's negated - but where does the cyclist feature? I found it pretty disconcerting and can see how the cyclist ends up under wheels.