…every cyclist must assume that every car driver could kill them. And you should never daydream.
Here at the Smith Compound (SC) we can’t say that Timothy Egan is wrong in this sad NYTimes piece about the death of a 31-year-old Seattle woman.
Indeed, while cycling we assume that every motorist, pedestrian and cyclist in the immediate vicinity is about to do something stupid, as they very often do.
It could just be wishful thinking, but it looks like Boulder County’s transportation decider—or perhaps someone who writes the words for him—has modified his internal-combustion bias ever so slightly.
He was quoted as follows in a Longmont Times-Call story about why the damaged canyon roads are closed to cyclists:
While these conditions are experienced by both motorists and bicyclists, bicyclists…
More fuzzy thinking on transportation in Boulder County
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Our community’s pernicious motor-centric bias is on display along U.S. Highway 36 between Lyons and…