(This is a cross forum post as it was suggested I may find better assistance here.)
Last year or the year before, I saw a online post showing 2 different photos of a cyclist, at the same spot but one on the fog line and one several feet to the left of the fog line. It was showing the significant difference from a driver's point of view driving up on the cyclist.
I'm searching for this example for safety reference.
Can anyone point me in the right direction? Can't find it and have searched using various search terms. If I recall, it was taken outside a military base?
I have too few posts to reply to private messages so...
No, I don't think that's the picture or story but it is a prime example of what I am trying to convey to new Bike Medic Team members who have for the most part, never spent much time riding on the streets. What a sad case.