Visibility improves cyclist safety: study


By Dan Falloon
Directional cues also helpful

A recent study by the University of British Columbia Okanagan has concluded that when it comes to cyclist safety, being seen is helpful, but more can be done to protect riders. Researcher Gordon Lovegrove, an associate profession in the School of Engineering, said in an interview that wearing high-visibility vests increases safety for riders, but adding an arrow to a vest, directing away from the rider, encourages drivers to give the bike a wider berth.…

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June 16, 2019

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