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GhostRider62
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Passing is about as meaningless as explained here.

What do we mean by "On your left!"

Originally Posted by OldTryGuy View Post
There are individuals who do not know what " ...Coming Up On Your SIX... " means.

Intended ACTION --- PASSING, along with intended SIDE --- RIGHT or LEFT

I try to make my action as clear as possible with --- Passing on your LEFT or Passing on your RIGHT. On your Left is meaningless.

I have bells on my bikes and ring especially when a dog is being walked. Usually the dog hears the bell before the walker and reacts then followed by owner/walker. My actions are taken whether the individual is facing me or not.
  • When passing other bikers or people on the street, always pass to their left side, and call out "On your left!" so they know that you are coming.
https://kidshealth.org/en/kids/bike-safety.html

Pass others on their left. Say "on your left" to warn others that you are passing.
Cycling Etiquette ? BCI -- Bicycle Club of Irvine
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