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One of the things we teach savvy cyclists is that a bright sun, low on the horizon, can be a dangerous condition. As with operating around big trucks, how to handle this condition is an essential need-to-know for cyclists.
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I choose an approach of appreciation for all my fellow travelers, and of freedom from fear and anxiety. CyclingSavvy training shows everyone how to make these choices!
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In the center of the lane, all passes are safe. At the edge, about half of the passes are unsafe, because the motorist comes too close to me, too close to oncoming traffic, or both.