I’ve often asked cyclists that don’t stop at red their reasons behind their behaviour. More often than not they say something along the lines of I don’t hurt anyone by doing it and it saves me time But is that true? It’s been said that drivers often think that all cyclists jump red lights. And… More Do RLJing cyclists pose a risk to the rest of us?
The San Francisco Streetsblog recently posted about a new ‘system’ to keep cyclists out of the door zone which has been introduced by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency on a trial basis. The idea is to add a T next to parking spaces. This is meant to show the area of the door zone… More T – The new way to avoid the door zone
Came across this nice little website from a friend. Certainly an excellent twist on cycling blogging and one to follow. The story behind it? Well here is what the twitter account says.. Grammar for Motorists is an idea that came to me while cycling to work this morning. Hope it has legs. Any ideas for… More Grammar For Motorists
A few months back I was trying to think of a way to get motorists to give us a little more space when overtaking us. There isn’t really much we can do that would be legal, which makes; flame throwers, paint guns and window breaking pins out of the question. The one thing we do… More Avoiding close passes
This is a response to David Hembrow’s post ‘Delays at traffic light controlled crossings’ Crossing roads in the UK as a pedestrian or as a cyclist is generally a pain! The roads really are aimed at the traffic traveling along it. Pedestrians are often forced to wait a substantial amount of time after they have… More Delays at crossings in the United Kingdom