at what speed does "hug the curb" replace 'taking the lane'?
for john forestor, 65 mph kicks him to the curb where he must cower, unvehicularily, in the face of high speed overtaking traffic. on roads with high speed differentials and lanes too narrow to be safely shared, john forester admits he would not take the lane, and presumably hug the curb, white stripe or k-rail.Originally Posted by john forestor
Does riding a 30 mph road and hugging the curb still pass john forestors' criticism for appropriate bicycle operation?
if it's okay to hug the edge on narrow laned, high speed roads, surely it must also be okay to hug the curb of lower speed roads.