Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Cycling. Share the Road How to Share the Road.





“You can’t expect not to be subject to the law
if you want to be treated equally”


Klaus Mueller, President, CycleSport Victoria

(Road law-breakers risk going to jail)
Mordialloc Chelsea Leader May 18th 2009



http://mordialloc-chelsea-leader.whereilive.com.au/news/story/road-law-breakers-risk-going-to-jail/


“It’s only fair that all vehicle users are treated equally”


Gary Brennan, Bicycle Victoria


(Road law-breakers risk going to jail)
Mordialloc Chelsea Leader May 18th 2009


http://mordialloc-chelsea-leader.whereilive.com.au/news/story/road-law-breakers-risk-going-to-jail/




“Sharing the Road means obeying the Road Rules, 

being predictable and respecting the rights of others who use the road.”  





Cyclists who want motorists to share the road have got to do the same themselves.

It really annoys us to see cyclists breaking the law

as they are endangering themselves and others but also giving cyclists a bad name...”

Bicycle Victoria as previously stated on its website


            "Our review of cycling deaths shows 

that cyclists who break the law are much more likely to be killed or seriously injured". 

Bicycle Victoria (2002)


"In over 60 per cent of (fatal) crashes, 
the cyclist was deemed to be ‘responsible’ for the action that precipitated the fatal crash.”

Code Of Conduct for Training Cyclists comments by Pete Dowe

Vic Roads You Tube Channel

http://petedoweroadsafetyadvocate.blogspot.com.au/2010/06/route-33-aka-no-stopping-zones-typical.html

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