Improving your ‘presence’ on the road (when cycling)

I just stumbled across a most entertaining article on ‘how best to be noticed’ when cycling on the road.  What’s better it is British.  Whilst rather tongue in cheek in places, it makes a valid point.  On the writers ‘BIG’ visibility scale I got a 9/10 (without even resorting to riding butt naked) – what do you score?  Being on a recumbent trike helped of course – as did the image they seem to have gained post the London 2012 Paralympics (My thanks to the hand cyclists who have contributed to me having a safer commute every day)


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Random thoughts on life and the world from the perpective of a God-fearing, outdoor-loving, technically minded, drum-thumping neo-Lancastrian.
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One Response to Improving your ‘presence’ on the road (when cycling)

  1. Bright pink jacket, big panniers and big hand signals. Now all I need to do is practice wobbling!

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