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JoeyBike
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Originally Posted by genec View Post
It was more than stastically studied... they did testing in labs and noticed that cyclists simply had faster recognition of the traffic situation... noticed other traffic entering situations and observed other cyclists and motorcyclists vastly sooner than the control group of non cycling drivers
I believe this 100% and even more so for cyclists who are adept at using mirrors while cycling. Not only am I looking for 2-wheeled road users from behind the steering wheel, but I am much more patient when it comes to getting past them, or NOT passing them at all. I also notice all pedestrians and even stop to let them cross, which in my city really confuses them.

Originally Posted by genec View Post
... and concluded this: See, cycling SHOULD be part of road use education... on so many levels.
"Spend a day in my shoes/cleats?" Not so sure I want people who are forced to cycle anywhere near a road.
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