Cops in Glasgow have launched an appeal for witnesses after a man was rushed to hospital. 

Police are calling for witnesses come forward after the cyclist was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital with a serious head injury. 

The 29-year-old was found lying unconscious beside a bike by a passer-by in the early hours of Wednesday morning. 

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The cyclist was discovered at around 2.40am on Carmunnock Road between Glenacre Terrace and Glenacre Street. 

He remains in a serious condition in hospital. 

The injured man is of slim build with black hair and a black beard. He was wearing a black G Star quilted jacket, black tracksuit bottoms, a white Hollister hoodie and Ralph Lauren Polo trainers.

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The bike was a black Carrera Zelos with yellow markings on it, white handles and a white saddle.

Sergeant Gary Bone of Cathcart police station said: "We are trying to establish how the man got his injuries.

"At the moment there is nothing to suggest criminality but it's important we establish the circumstances around this.

"Officers have conducted door-to-door inquiries as well as checking CCTV and we're now appealing to the public if they have any information about this incident."

Anyone with information should contact 101, quoting incident number 282 of August14, 2019.