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It’s always Me Me Me on the roads and this anti-cycling meme proves it

When drivers are frustrated by the “why” they can no longer make good decisions on the “how.” That’s when people honk their horns loudly, roar up from behind and then cut in aggressively on a group of cyclists. It’s dangerous, and it’s stupid. But from the frustrated driver’s point of view, it is practically necessary to demonstrate one’s prowess and ownership of the road. Continue reading

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We’re all Amish when it comes to sharing the roads

By Christopher Cudworth I spent 8 years of childhood where the Amish lived in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Amish children attended the elementary schools and Amish buggies traveled the roads. A Reuters story in the Chicago Tribune (12/08/2013) documents the fact … Continue reading

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Who owns the road where you run or ride?

The motorist leaned out the window of his vehicle yelling, “Get the f*** off the road. I pay taxes to drive here.” As if the rest of us don’t? Of course, the reason people pay taxes to drive on public … Continue reading

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