And again, to the best of my knowledge, the LAB classes are the only nation wide program out there for cyclist education. At one point I thought the Thunderhead Alliance might offer some training, but they seem to have dropped training... and have changed their name. http://www.peoplepoweredmovement.org/site/
And LAB reform still doesn't offer anything other than a few local seminars... http://www.labreform.org/education/
Interesting that all this fracturing between various organizations has done little for solidarity among cyclists. Is there any wonder that cyclists may have an "us or them" mentality?
So bottom line, if education is the key to getting cyclists to act "as drivers of vehicles..." then that "key" is largely lost, except through LAB. And I doubt that cyclists are going out and seeking education through reading... "Effective Cycling" is effectively out of print.
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