A city bus has stopped at a bus stop. Here’s how a bicyclist can pass the bus safely, by communicating with other road users, and allowing enough space.
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Entries by John Allen
How to start and stop easily and smoothly on a bicycle, using a pedal to step up onto the the saddle and to step back down when coming to a stop.
Should bicyclists wear face masks during a pandemic? Here’s the full story on managing your risk and keeping your skills sharp.
CyclingSavvy instructors don’t always do everything right. When I used the Spruce Street bike lane in Philadelphia, here’s what I did wrong (or at least could have done better).
It’s easy to get into a bike lane once you decide it’s OK to use. It’s much harder to get out of a bike lane when you suddenly find yourself in danger.
I’m not a fan of riding on sidewalks, but sometimes sidewalk riding is exactly the right thing to do.
Communication is central to success as a bicyclist. With other road users, it is mostly through lane positioning, hand signals and head turns. Horses, though, respond to different signals.