Cyclist airlifted to hospital after colliding with vehicle during Exmoor Beast
A cyclist was airlifted to hospital after colliding with a vehicle during an endurance race on Exmoor.
The man, who is thought to have suffered a broken pelvis, was competing in the Exmoor Beast Cycle Challenge on Sunday.
The Devon air ambulance was called to Lynton at around 11.15am.
The casualty was taken to Frenchay hospital, in Bristol.
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It follows a collision during the event in 2012 when a competitor was seriously injured travelling down Dunkery Hill.