Proudly share that Bicycles May Use the Full Lane, and vehicles must Pass with a 3 FT Min!

Cycling supporters can help increase awareness that Bicycles May Use the Full Lane, and vehicles must Pass with a 3 FT Min, by choosing from a wide range of t-shirt styles and colors that fit every preference.

When dangerous drivers come up from behind a cyclist, they think of them as just an annoying faceless object in their way and slowing them down. Let them seee your face and know who you are so they understand cyclists are not faceless, we are just like them.

You can also promote these official road signs with totes, stickers and even shower curtains!

Check out all the possibilities at the CVE store and let us know your thoughts and feedback by adding a comment below.

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  1. Bruce Dughi on June 10, 2024 at 12:57 pm

    Love the shirt designs–simple, direct and very recognizable!!! The only change I can think of is the black on white of the sign since white backed signs indicate requirement (law) while yellow backed signs indicate suggestion (safety).

    • CVE on June 10, 2024 at 1:15 pm

      Thanks for your feedback Bruce! We decided to not have a white or yellow background, thinking it would be more subtle to have the color of the shirt come through and still promote the message.

  2. Steve Boswell on June 11, 2024 at 11:27 pm

    A couple days ago, I helped put on a Memorial Ride for the Loomis, CA Town Treasurer who was killed last year while out on a training ride in rural farm country. Today, I read that another cyclist has been run over and killed on a Sacramento city street. This CVE effort to help get the word out on cyclist’s legal rights is admirable, and might even be entertaining if the subject matter wasn’t so deadly serious.

    I purchased one of the mugs which I plan to donate to my bike club’s annual fund-raising raffle. Scores of cyclists will immediately see it, lust after it and, hopefully, contemplate what they can do to help make a difference. I’m even tempted to hand these out to municipal officials at community meetings, but they probably have rules about that. Maybe, I’ll just discretely drop one off in the break room the next time I visit my local Department of Public Works.

    Get the word out!

    • CVE on June 12, 2024 at 4:21 am

      Thank you for your work in Loomis and Placer County Steve. Getting these words out, and making sure drivers see our faces when we wear these t-shirts or use these mugs, lets everyone know cyclits on the road are not just faceless objects in their way or slowing them down, we are just like them.

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