A Geraldton man accused of a hit-and-run road rage attack last year which left a cyclist partially paralysed is due to stand trial this week. Police will allege Paul Stuart Meadowcroft was behind the wheel of an Isuzu D-MAX ute on April 1 when he veered off the road and ploughed into cyclist Steve Zimmermann. The incident was allegedly captured on CCTV cameras, and Mr Meadowcroft was arrested the next day at his home address. Mr Meadowcroft in July pleaded not guilty to doing an act with intent to harm which endangered the life, health or safety of any person, failing to stop and render assistance after an incident involving grievous bodily harm, and failing to report the incident to police. The most serious offence the Spalding man is charged with carries a maximum penalty of 20 years jail. His district court trial was due to start in Geraldton on Monday. Mr Zimmermann sustained fractured C6 and C7 vertebrae, damage to his spine, internal injuries, and partial paralysis below the neck in the alleged incident, and was flown to Perth for treatment. He and partner Leela Klein were married in the gardens of Fiona Stanley Hospital, where he was undergoing rehabilitation. The couple had been travelling around Australia since November 2019, arriving in Geraldton in January last year.