Going well beyond the quick comebacks for mindless rants provided in a recent post, the knowledgeable folks at the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain have compiled a comprehensive list of the often-heard objections to making public streets safer for the cycling public. These are not quick comebacks; rather, they’re well-researched, evidence-based responses to questions and objections ranging from, “cyclists don’t pay for the roads” to “if everyone just shared the road, there wouldn’t be a problem”. They are compiled from a UK perspective, yet they hold for N.A. as well, and many of the cited references are global.
Read more here.
On the lighter side, they also provide some printable “cycling fallacy bingo!” cards you can print and take to your next public meeting to pass the time while the anti-laners drone on.