Pjotr wrote: ↑
Fri May 15, 2020 1:04 pm
How do you deal with bicyclists passing each other at much too close a distance, on the narrow bicycle lanes?
1) The easy way out: Mr Moem and I ride on country lanes and dike roads, that aren't all that narrow. Plus, it's not that crowded here... on our ride just now, no one passed us on a bike, and all of four people rode in the opposite direction. We all gave each other a wide berth.
2) When you know someone is coming up from your back or front, you can generally hold your breath for a few seconds until they're gone.
3) Ride when everyone else is sitting behind the proverbial plate of potatoes. Most people eat at certain times which makes for quieter roads.
4) And finally, keep in mind that it takes more than a few virus particles to get you sick, and with very brief exposure the chance that they're going to be breathed in in large enough numbers to conquer your immune system is vanishingly small.
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