THE cycling safety mayoral hustings organised by The Times on Monday were interesting enough. Jenny Jones said the Olympic traffic lane on Euston Road should be turned into a cycle lane once the London Games have finished. As Ken Livingstone has said she can have a role in his administration should he somehow beat Boris Johnson, it would be interesting to see if that ever came to pass. Most of the time was taken up by the usual quarrels between Ken and Boris, the latter trying a few jokes about stereotypical cyclists having ‘whippet thin legs and dredlocks’. They all fell flat. It wasn’t the easiest crowd for him. And then we all filed out, wondering who the Mayor’s transport adviser Kulveer Ranger was gesturing at and how different Andrew Gilligan looks in civvies.