Passing me is fine, I’m slower than you, I understand. Passing me close is unnerving, but I choose to assume you mean no harm when you do so (though giving me a little extra space is always appreciated). But impatiently passing me in a blind corner is extremely dangerous and puts at least three lives at risk (yours, mine, and the oncoming motorist’s or cyclist’s). Please, can’t you just wait a few seconds to pass until we get around the corner? Ten seconds is not very long when we’re talking about a person’s life.
Thanks from all of us bike riders, some of whom may be your friends, neighbors, or loved ones.
Submitted by Lief from WA