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Josef Jansen Jun 15
Some drivers need to sit in timeout. Sorry, my riding a bike on the edge of the road was agitating you so much that you nearly rear-ended the car in front of you while yelling at me.
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NTSA KENYA Jun 19
Be a safe driver,observe the stipulated speed limits,learn to .
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Nue Urban Concepts Jun 18
What a difference trees make to softening the built environment and making for a pleasant 🚲 ride along Stetson University in Downtown DeLand (there were more cars, just timed my ride with signal timing to film)
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EastNorthantsCycling 15h
Just as well Driver's have to pass competency test to be on the roads, obviously doesn't cover parking. And I have to with people like this.
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NTSA KENYA Jun 21
Heading away this weekend? Plan your journey before you set for the road,remember road safety is a shared responsibility .
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NTSA KENYA Jun 17
Even moderate rain can reduce your ability to see and be seen. Drive safely and remember to be mindful of vulnerable road users including cyclists,motorcyclists and pedestrians .
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CosΓ‘in Jun 23
Replying to @cosaingalway
A mad hurry to go nowhere. The driver of the Q5 had to stop for a red light (and a Green Man, as it happened) and so the beepers and shouters had to wait anyway. An all too typical experience in . They had a child in the back, by the way.
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Masixole Msongelwa_SAπŸ‡ΏπŸ‡¦ Jun 19
I know everyone does this at certain timesπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆπŸ’” please LIKE and RT
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Jennifer, Interrupted Jun 16
How is it possible that SO many people who drive in Mill Woods & many other parts of south Edmonton can't comprehend what a bicycle lane is, that cars don't belong in bike lanes, or the concept of ?! Not even "professional" drivers, like taxi drivers.
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Henrico Police Jun 21
In 2016, there were 5,286 motorcyclists killed in traffic crashes. Always remember to
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Tracy Jun 23
Ready for the 100k ride Windsor tomorrow at 7am. Hmmm, I think I need to pack more snacks?!
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South Lakes Police Jun 16
Great example of a motorist overtaking a cyclist safely and saying thanks to the cyclist as they signaled the road ahead was clear πŸ‘
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J Jun 22
Me last winter: I'll be happy when it's warm enough to enjoy a motorcycle ride. Me now: It's too hot to enjoy a motorcycle ride. The truth: I'm kinda lazy.
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Jo Hochberg Jun 20
*on my bike ride* To the group of teenagers that were yelling at my to, β€œget the fuck on the sidewalk.” Yes, I see the sidewalk. No, I won’t go on it. There is a bike lane for a reason. Please stop yelling and honking your horn at me.
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Continental Benelux Jun 23
Belgian Champ shares his insights for a safe cycling trip: as a motorist, make sure to pass cyclists on a straight road and leave a safety distance of at least 1,5 meters. Good luck defending your πŸ‡§πŸ‡ͺ title tomorrow Oliver! πŸš΄β€β™‚οΈπŸ₯‡πŸ€žπŸ»
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Roger Steers Jun 23
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The GTH Jun 21
We're looking forward to hosting Ride Dont Hide this Sun morning. Watch for cyclists in/out of the GTH and along Pinkie Road & Hwy #1
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NTSA KENYA Jun 20
We all and the Responsibility of Safety,be a safe road user at all times.
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YQRbypass 20h
Good luck to all those participating in the Ride Dont Hide this morning. Please slow down and watch for cyclists around the and along Pinkie Rd and Hwy #1 West.
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π‘²π’–π’šπ’‚ π‘΄π’‚π’π’π’π’˜π’”. Jun 15
road courtesy. i don't disrespect you. don't you disrespect me.
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