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  1. I had a collision with a cyclist this morning in Toronto. I was crossing a street on a Gotway MCM4. I was waving my hand to a car driver who was waiting for me. And suddenly a road bike made a left turn at a high speed (~30km/hr) and was on my path. I did not have time to break and ran into him directly. Fortunately, none of us fell down. I was shaken for a while and pushed the wheel for the last block. The guy was rude and accused me being illegal riding a motorized vehicle on sidewalks. I decided not to argue with that asshole. It is true that I was my fault partially. I was at about 15km/hr trying to cross the street quickly and did not pay great attention other than the parked car. But I should also let the cyclist know that it was also a problem of his being riding too fast. The collision occurred on an intersection , not on a sidewalk. Most Toronto streets are too dangerous to ride with cars. I do ride on separated bike lanes and sometimes on streets with bike lanes. But I do ride on sidewalks if I feel that the street is not safe. For over a year, I have no problem on sidewalks - not running into pedestrians once and getting no complains.
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