trail ettiquette

Here's a short article that may be of some interest: Thankfully I haven't had any experiences like that. Most everybody I've encountered on the trail in the Birmingham area have been polite and friendly.

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I can see that happening.  It wasn't until I joined Bump that I learned trail ettiquette.  Although I wasn't like the ediot guy in the story, I did not now about yeilding right of way, or slowing down for non-riders.  It is hard to expect something from someone if no-one has informed them of that something.  Good ettiquette keeps everyone happy.

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