Maybe I'll stop looking both ways when i cross the road for a while then because hey there's probably nothing coming right ? What I was referring to was not riding in the middle of a lane far out from the curb i always ride like that on quiet roads but riding straight down the centre of a twisty country lane means you'll get hit by a car no matter what direction its coming from. Just like if you ride 3 abreast on any road its always going to be the guy on the outside closer to the centre of the road that gets hit when an over take goes wrong.
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