Police have renewed an appeal for information after a man was knocked off an e-bike in Blackpool.

Officers said they had carried out a number of enquiries and are continuing to ask for the public’s help.

Police were called shortly after 7pm on Sunday, April 7 after reports that a man had been deliberately knocked off an e-bike by a blue BMW 5 Series at the junction of Durham Road and Church Street. 

The collision followed an earlier altercation between the occupants of the BMW and a white Audi, as well as a group of men on nearby Cambridge Road. One of that group was assaulted and suffered injuries. 

The rider of the e-bike, a man in his 20s, suffered serious injuries, and was taken to hospital, where he remains. 

Police want to speak to Callum Holmes, 38, in connection with the investigation. He is 6ft 3in, a heavy build, has dark brown hair, brown eyes and a crooked nose. 

Michael Wilding, 37, of Newton Drive, Blackpool has been charged with grievous bodily harm with intent, causing serious injury by dangerous driving, actual bodily harm and affray. 

Ivan Hue, 47, of Condor Grove, Blackpool has been charged with actual bodily harm and affray. 

For immediate sightings call 999 or 101 if you have any information.