The New Cycling Etiquette
For everyone to get along on the road there are a series of rules of the road that apply to both motorists and cyclists. Examples of rules include riding on the right side of the road, passing on the left, signaling intentions, obeying traffic signals, and yielding to pedestrians in cross walks. But there is also etiquette not codified in law that we do to help each other out. Examples are providing directions when someone asks and offering to assist if someone has a mechanical problem. With the advent of COVID-19 and our way of life changing there is some new cycling etiquette that we can adopt that will not only help each other out but may save lives:
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