Two cyclists pass our CyclingSavvy group, then repeatedly pass queues of traffic waiting at red lights. The lanes are so narrow, they even have to unclip and foot-paddle past the cars. Then the drivers can't pass them easily when the light turns green.
Before Orange Ave., we move to the center lane to be out of the way of the predominant traffic flow onto I-4. The other two scoot past queued traffic and then disrupt the entire line of cars they just passed.
Notice, there is very little traffic in the other lanes on Princeton. Most of the traffic is headed to I-4. We are all fortunate the driver of the red truck was patient and hung back at a safe distance.
You can learn the skills to easily fit into the traffic flow as bicyclists — not only making your travels better, but making it less frustrating for those around you. CyclingSavvy.org
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