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Bicycle Safety tips from Randy Breeden

By Christine Metz · July 6, 2008 · Comment on this

Randy Breeden, a 17-year bicyclist who racks up about 7,000 miles a year, has had many close calls on the road. He outlines some safety measures motorists should follow when approaching bicyclists.

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Crossfire 6 years, 5 months ago

Cyclists have the right to ride the streets of our communities and this right is formally articulated in the Kansas Vehicle CodeCyclists are both environmental and traffic congestion solutions; andCyclists are, first and foremost, people - with all of the rights and privileges that come from being members of this society1) Cyclists have the right to travel safely and free of fear.2) Cyclists have the right to equal access to our public streets and to sufficient and significant road space.3) Cyclists have the right to the full support of educated law enforcement.4) Cyclists have the right to the full support of our judicial system and the right to expect that those who endanger, injure or kill cyclists be dealt with to the full extent of the law.5) Cyclists have the right to routine accommodations in all roadway projects and improvements.6) Cyclists have the right to urban and roadway planning, development and design that enable and support safe cycling.7) Cyclists have the right to traffic signals, signage and maintenance standards that enable and support safe cycling.8) Cyclists have the right to full access for themselves and their bicycles on all mass transit with no limitations.9) Cyclists have the right to end-of-trip amenities that include safe and secure opportunities to park their bicycles.

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