George Swan, 56, drove in front of the Olympic hopeful on the A82 and said he was travelling at the "remarkable speed" of 30mph just prior to the accident.
[Why shouldn’t a cyclist go at 30 mph on an A road?]
Mr Swan added that the cyclist was not wearing "good clothing" for January.
And who is Mr Swan to insist that a cyclist needs to dress up in special clothing simply to pedal along a road in the daytime?
And police constable George MacAskill, who helped in the road accident investigation, claimed the cyclist's clothing may have been a factor in the accident.
[That’s the slovenly 'road accident investigation' which didn’t even bother to investigate whether or not the killer driver was using a mobile phone at the time of the crash.]