The problem with (British) zebra crossings
33 minutes ago
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|Separate from the main road, a family cycles together. Straps|
on the front child seat are not done up. Slightly older children
ride their own bikes. No-one wears safety equipment. The
child in the rear is fiddling with something but the parents
have no concerns concerned. This illustrates Subjective Safety.
|One of many four metre wide cycle-paths|
in Assen. School run cycling.
|Mother and children. Having several|
metres of separation from the road
is essential for a high level of
|In the countryside away from all|
motorized traffic, our family, rides
|A British child being trained. Wearing|
fluorescent clothes and a helmet to ride
in the gutter on a residential street
which is subject to rat-running
|The Steco Baby-Mee is designed to safely carry a baby|
|A Mamafiets with a front child seat with windscreen, a rear|
child seat and a device for carrying a pushchair. The bike also
has a sturdy centre stand and an anti-flop steering damper.
|Cycle-paths in the Netherlands are good|
enough to be used by racing cyclists.