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More cycling lanes? Learn from PMD experience

While more on-road bike lanes are welcome, a lot more effort must go into clarifying rules, public education and promoting good road-usage habits

Riding on roads is nerve-racking for all but seasoned riders. ST PHOTO: JOYCE FANG
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I took up cycling after the circuit breaker, to ease the monotony of working, sleeping and eating in the same apartment. After borrowing a friend's foldable Brompton for weeks, I got myself a foldable Tern.

Since then, I have traversed park connectors and footpaths. I do not have confidence to ride on roads, but have edged gingerly towards riding on bicycle lanes that run alongside roads.

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