Monthly Archives: January 2011

Dangerous Overtaking – DfT acknowledges the problem but will not act.

Like many cyclists, I have been getting fed up with the small but significant percentage of drivers who pass far too close when overtaking, and like many others, I have been looking at how we might try to get things … Continue reading

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A Message to Courteous Motorists

Motorists are often criticised by cyclists and other people for their bad or careless behaviour when driving near cyclists. This criticism is understandable given recent research on the causes of accidents involving bicycles, but we often fail to recognize the … Continue reading

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When a Lane Peels Off to The Left

This is a place where I have had several problems and tried a number of strategies. The approach I have finally settled on is undoubtedly the safest option, but is one that sometimes annoys a small minority of drivers. They … Continue reading

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