Still can't quite agree, first we are told to have lights on all the time then High Vis, then what, a man with a red flag ??
If people can't see a bike with a headlight on then they shouldn't be on the road.
There should be more serious charges for Drivers not paying attention on the roads.
Our license is a privilege not a right.
Check out Hollands road rules. You hit a cyclist you are in the wrong.
Stop being the victim in this.
46 years plus in this , cycling, M'Bike, and cars.
Absolutely no accidents, some near misses, some potential scares avoided, one Kangaroo hit. A couple of offs due to Snow and Ice.
But quite frankly don't ride like a victim, take control be aware of those idiots around you, know that many don't see you and those who do want to kill you.
Hi Vis gives a false sense of security.
I have seen people riding defensively and safely being cut off by others putting themselves into a danger they could have avoided by riding in a dominant fashion. You can have a flashing beacon on your head but it means nothing to the normal driver who is consumed by the latest App on their Siri app.
I see so many people obsessed on their apps that they have no idea what's around them, the car manufacturers have a lot to answer for.
Back to the days of no phone, no Siri, no FB, no Snap chat etc. Just ride. Enjoy.