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Compulsory Single File is a solution to a behavioural problem

Welcome to Single File Please.  We are a global organisation which advocates “Compulsory Single File” for cyclists when they’re riding in large groups.

Our goal is for future generations of motorists to have less reason to scream at cyclists,  not more.

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It simply makes sense to mention the main topic of a post in one or more of your headings. Readers will understand what the paragraph has to do with the topic of the article. And Google may as well. Still, just like keyphrases in general, it’s important not to overdo it. Add your keyphrase where it makes sense, leave it out where it doesn’t.

It simply makes sense to mention the main topic of a post in one or more of your headings. Readers will understand what the paragraph has to do with the topic of the article. And Google may as well. Still, just like keyphrases in general, it’s important not to overdo it. Add your keyphrase where it makes sense, leave it out where it doesn’t.

Read about a crazy old fart who reckons cyclists are getting too many fines.

 

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Why do so many cyclists only hear what they want to hear?

A new study suggests London’s Low Traffic Neighbourhoods have reduced pedestrian injuries by up to 50%. The study compared the last 3 months of 2020 with the same period in 2018 and 2019. However, cycling injury rates across London actually went up at a time when 25% of all motor vehicles were NOT on London’s road system. Geoff Baird asks, why do so many cyclists only hear what they want to hear?

Single File is a solution to a behavioural problem

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Driver in SUV Almost Kills Cyclist

Cyclists Claim Shocking New Video Is Proof Motorists Often Try To Kill Bike Riders

Victoria remains the only state in Australia that hasn’t legislated a minimum passing distance, despite proposed laws being tabled in State Parliament nearly five years ago. A controversial cycling advocate from Melbourne says a shocking new video of a cyclist almost being run over by an SUV proves Safe Passing Laws are desperately needed in the State of Victoria.  

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GARETH LOCK PLAYS CHICKEN WITH TRUCK

Cyclist Plays Chicken With A Truck And Then Complains About The Outcome…

Australian cyclist Gareth Lock recently made an official complaint to West Australian police about an incident he describes as ‘an extreme dangerous close pass’. However, in their response, the police dismissed his complaint and stated he brought the problem on himself by attempting to impede the path of a passing truck. Our regular columnist Rob Scott says the police got it right.

Compulsory Single File is a solution to a behavioural problem.

Every motorist has come across at least one group of cyclists who seemingly have no consideration for anyone but themselves.  Indeed,  you may have noticed cyclists who ride in large bunches constantly put their need for conversation above the rights of every other road user.  Our aim at  SingleFile.org is for future generations to have LESS reason to scream at cyclists,  not more.