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Old 08-20-2013, 12:03 PM   #1
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Language of the road positioning - Safety

Good stuff, now if only cagers weren't so aggressive against bikes here in the US...

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no wonder there is an issue, everyone is on the wrong side of the road
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Originally Posted by hfp3030 View Post
Good stuff, now if only cagers weren't so aggressive against bikes here in the US...

Use this all the time on the freeway. It's much easier and safer than blowing past them. Cagers are scared of bikes and want to get away from them. The thing he leaves out is the 6 oclock position is right in the debris/dirt/oil strip. Ride where someone else's tires have already picked up the nails for you and oil hasnt been dripping for years.
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Old 08-20-2013, 07:29 PM   #4
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Me too, although I have lower expectations for American drivers to notice & respond appropriately.
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