The last thing anyone wants to do is to hit a bicycle with their car. I want to give them plenty of room without hitting oncoming traffic. Crossing the yellow line to achieve this does not seem safe either. But the proposed new bicycle bill says bicyclists can ride two abreast if they don’t impede traffic. Do bicyclists realize that the bicycle lanes in Boulder are not wide enough to safely ride two abreast without impeding traffic? Or how about safety for the rider of the outer bicycle? I wonder, when I see two abreast, who has volunteered to be in the (potential) suicide lane?