Cyclist who died in Cambridge collision named

PUBLISHED: 16:53 05 December 2017 | UPDATED: 16:53 05 December 2017

A cylist who died after a collision with a car on Newmarket Road in Cambridge on November 29 has been named as Anthony Whitten.

A cylist who died after a collision with a car on Newmarket Road in Cambridge on November 29 has been named as Anthony Whitten.


A cyclist who died following a collision with a car in Cambridge has been named.

Anthony Whitten, 64, of Gilbert Road, Cambridge was cycling along Newmarket Road on Wednesday (29 November) at about 9.15pm when he was involved in a collision with an orange Ford Focus C-Max.

Sadly Mr Whitten died at the scene.

PC Matthew Bill from the Road Policing Unit, said: “I’m keen to hear from anyone who was in the area at the time of the collision or saw Mr Whitten in the moments leading up to the collision.

“Please call 101 quoting reference 468 of 29 November. Alternatively you can report online at or call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.”


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