I’m profoundly disturbed by the notion that, as an experienced cyclist, I “should” ride in mixed traffic alongside cars and trucks.Doing so makes cycling more stressful and dangerous.As a non-motorized “lightweight” I’ve “lost” this “game” before I even start.What’s worse is that such “infrastructure” makes cycling more difficult and more dangerous for children, new cyclists, or people who simply do not want to play “road warrior.”When I’m cycling with my kids, I’m forced to follow them on the sidewalk;other parents simply do not even cycle, choosing the “safe” alternative of driving their kids everywhere.The stress and the imminent conflicts which mixed traffic cycling forces us to endure would not exist if adequate infrastructure for cyclists and pedestrians were present everywhere.Continue reading Cycling In Mixed Traffic? No!→
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