2 Replies to “Is it worth the risk?”

  1. Yes, the road riding really is concerning given the driving culture here. I wish the car drivers would accept bikes as equals on the roads instead of chasing them 🙁

  2. Sad experience,being hit by a vehicle. Interesting enough I’ve been
    Having serious thoughts and concerns about this very issue.
    So much so that I purchased a cross or gravel bike. Thinking I may do some less traveled gravel roads this year.
    I have been running lites here in Arizona.
    You will still see me on my road bike in the Spring.
    Thank you for your efforts in sharing these articles.
    Best in the new year. Mark Albrecht

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