Moore noticed some major differences between the cyclists in Portland vs. other places she’s lived:
“The first thing I learned in Portland is that the bikers here…tend to follow the rules. They wear helmets (I have since bought my first), they signal when they turn (I learned the motions); they equip their bikes with lights (and then use them). After being yelled at on three occasions, I broke down and did the same.”
She then makes a plea to motorists to consider, “biking a little more and driving a little less.”
You can listen to a short audio clip of the segment here.
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