Drives-U-Crazy-LogoHere’s a summer time teaser for those with designated bike lanes separated by a physical barrier – curb stone – in their community.

On a regular road, if a bike flies by on the right, just as you are making a right turn on a green, it’s a ticketable offence for passing on the right. However, these new separated lanes seem to have given cyclists a false sense of security because they ignore the rule. They just assume drivers will yield the right of way as they zip by.

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keith [dot] morgan [at] drivewaybc [dot] ca



One thought on “Drives-U-Crazy: It’s Not a Green Light for Cyclists

    irene cormier says:

    what if a pedestrian “flies” by to cross the street. Why is it so hard to accept that bikers have the same right as the vehicles

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