Ask BikePortland: How should riders treat “T” intersections?

A woman approaches a T-intersection on Naito.(Photo © J. Maus) This week’s question comes from reader Ruben Galbraith. Ruben wonders about something I’ve also thought about a lot. Here’s his question: “How should bikers behave at “T” intersections with traffic signals? For me, this always occurs while heading North on Naito. What could be really … Read more

Ask BikePortland: What’s the usage etiquette and capacity for a staple rack?

Not recommended unless you are friends.(Photo © J. Maus) This week’s Ask BikePortland question comes from Daniel C. He had a disagreement with someone over how many bikes can fit on one of PBOT’s standard staple racks. Daniel also wants to know if there are manners to keep in mind when sharing a staple with … Read more

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Ask BikePortland: What are my options after a bike-on-bike collision?

“What are a cyclist’s options when another cyclist causes damage or injury?” — Nick V. [Ask BikePortland is a regular feature. See past questions and learn the answers via our esteemed commenters here.] This week’s Ask BikePortland comes from reader Nick V. Nick wants to know how to handle the aftermath of a bike-on-bike collision: