So I would like to start a thread on passing on the right as in bike passing a bike.
What are your experinces commuting with cyclists passing you on the right?
I don't have alot of commuters to deal with, Maybe 7 a week in 150 miles. I pass on the left always and tell the person and slow down to make sure they know. Note anyone taking the lane is faster than me.
Is this a Group ride thing to pass a cyclist on the right, that gets translated over to commuting?
Not very commuter friendly since I could be weaving for some reason, I always weave to the right to avoid hazzards if I can.
My mirror so far has not seen any riders passing on the right.
Do they give you an audio signal when a cyclist passes you? I don't get a left or a right audio signal.
I am having some serious issues while taking the lane. I don't care if they pass on the right. However they don't even let me know with an audio signal. Today I almost ran into two cyclists because I was at a stop light and was weaving back and forth to stay up right. They didn't even say anything as I swung back around to avoid them as they ran the red light. Another time a guy passes me on the right and almost falls down due to the rough pavement.
I think it would just be better to say passing on the left, I will move over it is not a race. Or at least I could tell them rough pavement or something like that. After all if you are faster then pass me on the left like normal traffic.