Horror cycling road toll continues, sixth cyclist killed on London's roads in less then two weeks...

A man believed to be in his 60s has died after being hit by a lorry early this afternoon in London.

Police were called to the junction of Camberwell Road, and Albany Road, SE5, by London Ambulance Service at 12:07 today.

Officers attended and found the male cyclist suffering serious injuries. He was pronounced dead at the scene at 12.37hrs. Next of kin have not yet been informed.

The male driver of the lorry stopped at the scene and has not been arrested at this time.

Detectives from the Road Death Investigation Unit have been informed. Enquiries continue.

Victim of last Wednesday's fatal crash identified

This is the sixth cycling fatality on London’s roads in less than two weeks and brings the death toll in London for the year to 14, the same as the total for 2012.

In the last fatal incident, late last Wednesday, a male cyclist was hit by a double decker bus in Whitechapel.

That rider has now been identified as a 21-year-old from NW6, but the Metropolitan Police have not yet released his name.

Next of kin have been informed and formal identification has taken place, but police say that they will not be naming the victim ahead of the opening of the inquest at Poplar Coroner's Court.

Our official grumpy Northerner, John has been riding bikes for over 30 years since discovering as an uncoordinated teen that a sport could be fun if it didn't require you to catch a ball or get in the way of a hulking prop forward.

Road touring was followed by mountain biking and a career racing in the mud that was as brief as it was unsuccessful.

Somewhere along the line came the discovery that he could string a few words together, followed by the even more remarkable discovery that people were mug enough to pay for this rather than expecting him to do an honest day's work. He's pretty certain he's worked for even more bike publications than Mat Brett.

The inevitable 30-something MAMIL transition saw him shift to skinny tyres and these days he lives in Cambridge where the lack of hills is more than made up for by the headwinds.