The Civil Guard has published in its social networks a tweet asking for citizen collaboration to find people who have set traps for cyclists in the bush.
☑ Crossover cables ...
☑ Skewers and hidden tips ...
☑ Stones on the path ...
- Civil Guard 🇪🇸 (@guardiacivil) January 12, 2020
Unfortunately, finding traps on the roads, put on to prevent cyclists from passing It is becoming more frequent, and the Civil Guard knows it and wants to try to stop it.
These traps are dangerous and are only intended to harm
These types of traps are very elaborate and are a danger for cyclists, as they have the purpose of harming.
They are usually a series of skewers with sharp edges and soldiers on their feet so that they are very firm, if a cyclist, biker or walker falls on top of that the consequences could be dire.
What to do if we find a trap?
In the case of encountering a trap, the first thing to do is remove it from the road (if possible if not signal it well) and then take a photo, to be able to report it to the Civil Guard
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