I was riding west along 32nd Ave. in Surrey, just west of 176 St. Slowed down to 30 for the school zone, and there's a cube truck ahead of me doing the limit as well. As I approach the intersection, this jerk in a minivan starts to pull up beside me on my right, in my lane, and I figure that maybe he's turning right at the intersection and is just impatient because I'm doing 30. Nope, he just figured that I was OK with him sharing my lane, and for all I can guess, he thinks that since I'm going so slow that I must be about to turn left at the intersection. I lay on the pathetic horn that my bike has, and he gives me the hand out the window shrug as he's ahead of me now. I'm pissed now, and wait til I get a chance to safely pass him, then shake my fist at him as I pass, and he looks like he's apologetic. Once past him, he slows way down and is well back of me. At the next light, I yell at him that he cannot share my lane and it's a FU&*ING SCHOOL ZONE that he passed me in my lane.
What I learned from this experience is to be more lane dominant when in that situation and not to give any room for a car to pass on the right. Usually I am very aware of my surroundings but did not see this situation developing. When you're doing the speed limit in a school zone, as I always do, really be aware of impatient drivers who don't respect the slow zones and will try to pass you.
Even after MANY years of riding, I still find that after each ride I review my experiences and go over what I have learned, and how I can do things better. That's one of the great things about our sport, it's a lifelong learning process and is never dull.