A cyclist who collided with a pedestrian as he rode on a Leyland footpath has been fined more than £300 by the courts.
Robert Lee Booker, 27, from Three Nooks, Bamber Bridge, was riding his bike along Wigan Road on Monday, November 11.
He collided with a pedestrian at around 6pm, who suffered serious injuries.
Booker was also hit by a vehicle himself in the incident, although was not injured, police say.
The pedestrian, John Boardman, age 54, from Clayton-le-Woods, fell backwards and banged his head on the road surface, suffering head injuries.
He was taken to hospital and released a few days later.
Booker was fined £200 in his absence at Chorley Magistrates’ Court last week.
He was charged with riding his bike on a footpath and for not using bike lights after dark.
He was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £20 and court costs of £85.