Multi-use trails are wonderful places to get away from traffic, but trail users need to be considerate of other users while they are biking, jogging or walking, community blogger John D. Yoder says.
Respect for others, common sense and common courtesy go a long way toward keeping the peace on publicly used trails, community blogger John D. Yoder says. Being aware of proper trail etiquette makes them safer for cyclists, walkers, joggers and rollerbladers alike.
At the beginning of spring, before rain and sweepers have cleaned the streets, cyclists need to watch out for gravel and sand. Here’s some advice for safely cycling through the mess that’s accumulated on the sides of roads and in bike lanes.