“With COVID-19, it seems that everyone has started or rediscovered cycling. The roads and trails are full of cyclists. With all the new riders, it’s important that they learn some cycling etiquette for everyone’s safety. Don’t block the trail when stopped, and if on the road, they can’t be more than two abreast and must be to the right side of the road. Be courteous to cars, and go single file if necessary so you don’t back up traffic. A cyclist never wins to (be) an aggressive driver.”
STERLING HEIGHTS — Hopping on your bike and hitting a trail can be a reliable way to get some exercise and clear your head, but it can also be a social experience shared with others.