MARINA resident Sally-Anne Jones has joined the chorus of disapproval against nuisance cyclists on pavements.
The Swansea receptionist wants them outlawed after one hit her dog and she had a near miss.
"I have been trying to get the police to stop the cyclists using the foot paths around the Marina Basin, but Lycra-clad lunatics are still being a menace," she said. "They fly around here despite the no-cycling signs."
She spoke out after Mike Cherry, manager of charity Bikeability Wales, called for cyclists who used pavements instead of roads to have safety training. Miss Jones, of Paxton Drive, said she had had enough of the rogue cyclists.
"I have been badgering the police at Pact meetings since 2005/06 to stop them," she said. "There should be no cycling along Victoria Quayside. It is a pavement.
"I had a near miss recently. I was outside a cafe there looking at the menu and just stepped back. This bike just missed me and the cyclist said I should look where I am going. I tried to say he should not have been cycling there in the first place.
"My Tibetan terrier was hit on the paw by a bike. Apart from the cycle path from Mannheim Quay, over the swing bridge and onto Trawler Road, the whole marina basin is a pavement for pedestrians."
Bikeability Wales is holding children's cycling training courses at Dunvant Rugby Club next Wednesday and Thursday.