Eric Meyer

Eric Meyer

In a previous article, we answered some questions that motorists might be thinking or wanting to ask bicycle riders. Here’s another batch. We hope this helps us to share the road with a better understanding of why cyclists take certain actions.

Why don’t bicycles ride on the shoulder and leave the travel lane for cars and trucks?

Eric Meyer is president of Healthy Adams Bicycle/Pedestrian Inc., and a retired engineer who rediscovered his love of biking about 25 years ago.

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