Via Cycling50+, is how you treat another person dictated by their mode of transportation, rather than their value as a person?
Behind the Labels – Rider or driver; take away the wheels and what do you have? In both cases: a person. One person rides a bike, the other person drives a car.
Most altercations between drivers and riders are based almost entirely on the fact that one is a “cyclist” and the other a “motorist” – and the prejudice brought by each against the other based on the respective modes of transportation.Wed, Feb 24: Come to the Toronto Bike Awards!