This is a one-of-a kind custom jersey for cyclists who want to assert their rights to drive their bicycle defensively (by helping motorists avoid mistakes) and educate other cyclists.
Designed by Keri Caffrey, co-found of CyclingSavvy, the back shows a cyclist controlling the travel lane with a motorist changing lanes to pass. The front illustrates how cyclist lane control provides sight lines that prevent or reduce the likelihood of the five most common motorist-caused car-bike crashes: dooring, sideswipe, right hook, left cross and drive-out. And “CyclingSavvy.org” indicates where online and in-person traffic cycling instruction can be found.
This high-quality fitted jersey is based on Bontrager’s Specter jersey for men and Anara jersey for women.
Profits after handling will be donated to the American Bicycling Education Association to support the development of CyclingSavvy traffic cycling educational programs.
So, the mirrors are really gorgeous, so solid and polished. Much better than any photo conveys. I hope people will all be similarly impressed and we'll put these all into circulation asap.
Should I Wear the Mirror While I Walk?
Bruce M.Wilmette, Il
I have ridden cross-country and logged well over 25K miles using your helmet mirror. When I am walking (no helmet), I often unconsciously look where the mirror is, rather than turn my head. Thanks for providing such a useful product.