10 Secrets To Cycling With Traffic

With spring arriving, there will be an increasing number of cyclists on the road.
This article is a refresher on safe bicycling practices, and how to avoid an injury riding your bike.
It is a good read for all members of your family who ride.
Joe Travers at Biking Toronto has been posting a helpful series titled, “10 Secrets to Cycling with Traffic”.

Check out the full “10 Secrets to Cycling with Traffic” series, and ride safe this summer:

1. Drivers Don’t Want to Kill You
2. Ride in a Straight Line
3. Play by the Rules
4. Avoid the “Stoplight Squeeze”
5. Signal Sensibly
6. Take That Lane
7. Make Them THINK You’re Unpredictable
8. Ride With Others
9. Avoid the Right Hook
10. Practice Your Route

Paul Mitchell, Q.C.is a BC personal injury lawyer who has extensive experience with BC brain injury claims, BC spinal injury claims, BC death claims, ICBC claims, BC medical malpractice claims, and other catastrophic BC injury claims.
He acts for injured clients all over BC and Alberta, and will not act for ICBC or any other insurance company.
He has also been actively involved with injury prevention initiatives for the past 25 years.
For more information on this article, or for a confidential discussion of your injury claim, contact Paul Mitchell, Q.C. at 250-869-1115 (direct line), or send him a confidential email at [email protected]

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