...When You Go Out Riding Try And Choose Streets with Bike Lanes. When You're Riding in A Bike Lane, You’re Often Safer To Take Up The Whole Lane, Rather Than Hugging The Curb.
This Gives You Room To Move In Case An Approaching Car Doesn’t Give You Enough Space.
Vehicles At Intersections in Front of You Can See You Better if You're Taking Up The Whole Lane Rather Than Close To The Curb. Taking The Whole Lane Prevents Auto's From Passing You Too Closely on Narrow Roads.
...Be Smart And Always Ride in The Same Direction As Traffic, Not Against It.
If You're Riding The Wrong Way And Get In An Accident, You will Get Ticketed for It. It's Against The Law.
Also, If You're Riding Against Traffic And An Auto is Making A Right Turn From A Driveway, Strip Center or Side Street, Chances Are There Not Expecting Someone Riding To Their Right. There Looking Left for Oncoming Traffic.
...In Addition, If You're Riding Against Traffic, Cars Are Approaching You Twice As Fast Than A Car Passing From Behind. Since Cars Are Approaching You Faster, Both You And The Driver Have Less Time To React. And if You Do Get Hit, It's Going To Be At A Much Faster Speed. Yeks!
...It's Going To Be Like It Always Been. Good and Bad Times, Happy and Sad, Opportunity and Tragedy. Remember, You Can Do the Most Amazing Things Under the Poorest Circumstances.
Tell Yourself You're Feeling Good Today and Your Day will Get Better. It Might Not Be What You Want, But What Are You Going To Do? Maybe It's Not Easy Being You.
So, If You're Ready to Ride. I'll Be Waiting for You. Stay Thirsty My Friend.