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Old 10-10-13, 03:57 PM
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That is a bit of a bear of an exit due to the slight uphill grade there. I used to just look over my shoulder in that spot and move to the left - into the through lane - and stay there just until you clear that exit lane.

As you say, you aren't going fast there and your best friend could be the traffic light on the other side - but I agree with one of the posters above. Move left, enough to be in the lane and stay there until you can't be right hooked by someone going for the exit. Then back to the bike lane and a big thank you wave to the person behind you for being understanding.

how are you coming in from Vancouver? Oak street? Your only other real choice do alternate route would be way up around Bridgeport area probably, which if you are heading toward somewhere like Smallwood would be a royal pain.

Last edited by wapiti; 10-10-13 at 04:03 PM.
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