"Everyone has a grievance with each other - whether cyclist, pedestrian or driver - mostly perfectly well-founded. I'm not a cyclist because I'm terrified of the way people drive on London's roads, so I understand their arguments very well.
However I think the anti-cyclist article above misses one crucial unforgivable thing that [some] cyclists do - jump red lights, particularly on pedestrian crossings. I have very nearly been hit by cyclists going through red lights on a crossing, when I'm legitimately crossing on a green man signal, so many times, and each time it's clear that the cyclist doing the jumping doesn't give a toss about the traffic laws.
Perhaps if we all kept to the rules of the road a bit more - drivers and pedestrians too - we'd all be a lot safer and happier."