Stop The Madness Between Bikes, Cars

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A cyclist shows some of the common problems between cars and bikes. Frankly the scariest thing I see on the video above is that everyone is driving on the wrong side of the road.


For decades, cyclists and car drivers have been bickering about how impolite the other is.

So Atlantic CityLab took on the most common complaints of the two groups that share the road and tries to explode them.

This from CityLab:

It’s time to move beyond the misguided war between bikes and cars. Doing so requires all parties on urban streets to acknowledge that city mobility is a collective problem without an either-or answer. In the spirit of a healthier such discussion, we’ve culled from this excellent list of anti-bike arguments that should be put to rest,

To read the whole article from CityLab, click here.


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