Monday, December 1, 2014

Kirke Johnson

On November 15th I posted some thoughts on the "right hook" an all to common nightmare for cyclists. Then on November 20th the "right hook" took down long time recumbent cyclist Kirke Johnson of Portland. He was killed by a large Fed Ex truck that made a right turn into him. Let the memory of  Mr. Johnson remind us to think about safety while riding in the company of vehicles that are much larger and faster then us human powered pedal pushers.



Here's an interactive graphic about the right hook and trucks at 
I Am Traffic website. Check out the entire site for more good information about cycling in an urban environment. 


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