A re-kindling here: tried the downloadable "cyclists may use whole lane" and found it to be too much for  a cage driver to comprehend.

 

"give way to cyclists" gets thru the numskull better, but has apparently been superseded by "cyclists may use whole lane" in the US

 

Which are we going for?

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Oh, it's so hard to decide...

Almost as difficult as the choice between either Queanbeyan or Canberra as my next touring destination. Mike and Mal Leyland could not have made them sound more exciting. (Thanks, WarrenH.)

On topic: Maybe go with the one less US-oriented?

GIVE BIKES

TIME AND SPACE

Sorry, I think this guy owns time and space:

+1

Not bad at all.

OVERTAKE ME LIKE I'M YOUR MOTHER

NOT YOUR MOTHER-IN-LAW

 

YOU OWN A CAR

NOT THE ROAD

Has to fit over "BICYCLE LANE" or alternatively over one of the useless advisories.

Older discussions.

 

We were hoping to address door zone lane signage, so the driver can see that the cyclist is allowed to shun the dodgy lane and use the road. Additionally we wanted drivers to know that at pinches, such as approaches to roundabouts and traffic calming devices, they must give way to cyclists (as is signed in Summer Hill).

 

But we never made a decision about what our decals to go over useless/misinforming signage should say.

Slapping a sign on a car - in the form of a magnet, as I think has been discussed elsewhere on SC - is a fine idea, Kylie, but doesn't the term 'reformed' at least somewhat imply 'change for the better'... and someone driving a car at you would tend to imply 'change' in the other direction? (Or did I miss sthg? :-)

ONCE WAS BIKE RIDER ?

 

 

Yes, where is Hugh?

I want this road sign secretly installed across Sydney! MWA HA HA HA HA HA!

Cyclist Advisory Sign

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