A big part of my cycling-themed teaching will involve questions pertaining to cyclists’ safety. I’m interested in how, why, and in what contexts people feel safe or at risk while cycling, and how that shapes cycling infrastructure, and how it encourages or discourages ridership. More on these themes in due course—and concepts to be developed further by my students—but my instinct is that cyclists are frequently their own worst enemy when it comes to safety and perceptions of cyclists across the general, non-riding public. Too often, cyclists follow laws unto themselves, disregarding the rules of the road. Or ride on the sidewalk. Or other such grievous activities. This was on my mind this afternoon as I was walking home from work and had a series of cyclists hurtling downhill towards me on a narrow sidewalk right beside a busy road. And I came home to this infographic from smellslikeglue, which is a very cool London-based style, cycling, and music site. My Arts & Science students are tasked with designing their own visual assignments, and it occurred to me that this infographic offered an apt model for thinking about their projects.