This article passes for journalism because one of the elements of the story involves a celebrity.
This is not a story about a bicycle accident. This is a "human interest" aka - fluff piece about a celebrity having an auto accident.
Please, people get your priorities straight.
Midwest man takes forum users to task for not understanding focus of newspaper article.
Richard Cranium, a regular contributor to the "bike forums" Internet message board, chided users about their lack of sophistication when it came to reading about cycling accidents in the news.
In particular Cranium pointed out that "cyclists" are almost never the actual "subject" of a given news piece. Cranium went on to post a "news like" message himself, just to demonstrate what a "hard news" story looked like in print. Other forum users were not amused and summarily ignored Cranium's rhetorical self-indulgent rant.
End of story.......