Liv bikes crashed into a pole and a car in the middle of a busy traffic jam in Leeds, England.
The incident happened in the early hours of Monday morning as riders took to the roads after a two-hour training run.
LIVE BLOG: Liv bikes crash, smash into car in Leeds as riders prepare for two-day training run According to the BBC, the riders were part of a two day training run for the new London Marathon.
“There was a lot of traffic on the roads and as we were on the first and second of the two-way routes the cyclists were going pretty fast and the traffic was moving fairly quickly,” cyclist Stephen Smith told the BBC.
“It was a bit of a mess.
It was quite hard to control the bike and I don’t know how they were able to keep it under control.”
LIV BIKE CRASHES INTO CAR IN MIDNIGHT ON LEXINGTON ROAD The cyclist who was injured in the accident said he had no idea that the bike had hit the car until he looked back on the video and saw the cyclist had fallen on top of the car.
“[It was] a real freak accident.
I was just looking back and saw that the cyclist was pinned to the floor and was just laying there, his leg hanging over the bonnet,” he said.
After the incident, the cyclist posted on Facebook: “It was just a freak accident and I was on the phone and all of a sudden I saw him lying on the ground.
He was in a lot more pain than I thought.”
“I was quite shocked and I didn’t think anything of it until I got home and saw his injuries,” he added.
The cyclist, who did not want to be named, said he was lucky to be alive.
His injuries are not considered life threatening and he is now recovering in hospital.
LIVESTRONG NEWS: New London Marathon to be held on Sunday A London Marathon race has been cancelled due to a road safety crash, with the event being rescheduled for Sunday.
New Zealand’s K-Pop star and actress Sia is among the thousands of runners taking part in the London Marathon, and the organisers said the race will be postponed to Saturday, August 4.
In a statement, the organisers of the race said: A road traffic collision involving a number of cyclists in the city has left one cyclist injured.
Following the collision, a number the organisers estimate to be between 5 and 8 cyclists collided in the area of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
This incident has resulted in a number injured.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has confirmed the event will be reschedul ed and the race has not been rescheduling.
A spokesperson for the London Organising Committee said: “As the race is a public holiday, we will not be organising the race.
We have asked the Police to advise the organisers to respect the emergency services and the public’s safety.”
London Mayor Johnson said that the race organisers had asked for the public to respect their wishes and not interfere with police operations.
Sia said she was also “angry” that the event was postponed.
‘I don’t think I’m going to make it’Sia tweeted that she had lost her husband to a serious motorcycle accident last month, adding that she has not made up her mind on whether she will compete in the race in the future.
She has said that she would not go into detail about the accident until she had a chance to see her husband, saying: I’m so disappointed that I can’t come back and compete in this race.
I’m so angry that I won’t be able to come back.
“I have a very, very tough road ahead of me and I’m not sure I’m gonna make it.”
Her husband, who is from New Zealand, died in the crash.
MOVIE DEBUT: ‘It’s a huge shame’ The London Marathon organisers said that “it’s a massive disappointment” that they had not been able to reschedule the event to take place on Sunday, August 5, but they were working to make up the shortfall.
They said that they have asked police for help to organise and train for the event, but were waiting for the advice of the police before providing any further information.
Organisers said that it would be “unwise to speculate on the exact number of injuries sustained” in the road traffic crash.