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May 18, 2012



When we were living in Calgary my wife had an experience when she was driving to work one morning. At the side of the road she saw a cyclist lying in the curb lane. She pulled over and ascertained that he had just been sideswiped by a bus. My wife was not sure how badly he was injured but he seemed very shaken up so she loaded him and his bike into the van and drove him to the emergency room where he got checked over. That seems to me a good example of driver and cyclist sharing the responsibility for cycling safety.

Jhon Lennon

Bikers are indeed of great help in promoting a pollution free society. One of the most common problems that is experienced by the bikers is having been injured because of careless driving. I think it must be advised to bikers their responsibilities for them to make a sound and safe transportation.

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