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Who taught YOU to drive?

For cyclists, respect = safety

Cyclists define a 'right hook' as a motorist speeding up to pass and overtake a bike, then cutting off the bicyclist by making a sharp right turn across the front wheel. Cyclists can be killed that way. Motorists are supposed to wait their turn behind the cyclists.
By Peter DeMarco
October 1, 2006

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One could argue that Boston drivers have enough obstacles to deal with without bicyclists taking their sliver of the road. Can’t those pedalers just stick to bike paths? Maybe they would — if Boston actually had bike paths. Truth is it’s no joyride for the bicyclists, either. Boston is routinely ranked the worst big city to bike in by Bicycling ... (Full article: 780 words)

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