"I also tend not to dismount at crossings when on my longtail cargo bike with a child onboard. It is too ungainly to do easily. I tend to hold back and give pedestrians a wide berth. I haven't had any dramas with this approach so far. "
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Would it just be you doing the riding, or will you be accompanying a young child? If the latter, I'd recommend the ashphalt at Brighton Primary School - a large expanse of flat ashphalt with nobody around on weekends.
"This bridge, and the paths leading up to it, are open for bike and foot traffic. I don't think it has been officially completed and opened yet, but a lot of people are using it and it's awesome.
It's so much better than before, and a…"
Re our conversation at the cargo bike event. A long time ago a photo in BISA's Pedal Update about my reflective tape, reflectors and lights, which might have shown my utility bike set-up. I looked for a photo on AC but only a tiny…"
Re our conversation at the cargo bike event. A long time ago a photo in BISA's Pedal Update about my reflective tape, reflectors and lights, which might have shown my utility bike set-up. I looked for a photo on AC but only a tiny glimpse of my basket at http://www.adelaidecyclists.com/group/bugprospect/forum/topics/look-what-theyve-done-to-my Photo 1, eastern side, looking south, the ‘before’. The wheel of a bus impinges on the edge of the wide bicycle lane (to be removed soon). On the footpath verge is a black step-thru MTB by Trek. If you very closely, you can just see the edge of a plastic mini basket (yellow with silver reflective tape around the top edge), a plastic basket (with handle, colour grey with silver reflective tape around the top edge) and a yellow vinyl bag. I do my best to be visible to drivers.