Whether you’re on a bike or in a car, you’d better drive DEFENSIVE. This is NOT aggressive NOR passive aggressive, but plain simple calm defensive. Plan what is on the road ahead of you and all around you. Be proactive. Take responsibility for your skills & the skills of the other drivers. Never assume they are as good as you, bad skilled as you or excel your driving skills. Stay neutral and respond to the road, the traffic, and circumstances in a calm way. Why? Why? Why? It could save your time, your life or someone else’s life. Agree?

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Whether you’re on a bike or in a car, you’d better drive DEFENSIVE. This is NOT aggressive NOR passive aggressive, but plain simple calm defensive.  Plan what is on the road ahead of you and all around you.  Be proactive.  Take responsibility for your skills & the skills of the other drivers.  Never assume they are as good as you, bad skilled as you or excel your driving skills.  Stay neutral and respond to the road, the traffic, and circumstances in a calm way.  Why? Why? Why?  It could save your time, your life or someone else’s life.  Agree?  That’s a huge blog opener mouthful.  I know. Right.  Some days I think it’s crazy ON my bike.  Other days I think it’s equally crazy IN my car.  Now, I think whether we’re ALL in a car or ON a bike, it is CRAZY.  I don’t know where you live, BUT here…

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