Close Passes Keep Happening – Here’S What We Know About Why
Supported by Any cyclist who’s spent time riding on the road will know the horror of a close pass. That terrifying rush of wind, the car mirror that seems to pass mere inches from your elbow, the driver either oblivious of their actions or, worse, entirely aware of the distance they haven’t left. For decades now researchers … The post Close passes keep happening – here’s what we know about why appeared first on CyclingTips .
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