https://redirect.viglink.com/?forma...t human enough for drivers: study </b></span> .. I see no value in studies like this. Showing anyone an evolutionary scale of insect to human or ape to human and asking them to identify where a cyclist might fit on that scale can't be scientific. When given limited choices that really don't pertain to the actual, relevant premise, one might choose based on their last negative encounter with a cyclist or simply humor, we don't know. This is designed to create animosity, or division, something we don't need more of. It is interesting that, "On both ape-human and insect-human scales, 55 per cent of non-cyclists and 30 per cent of cyclists rated cyclists as not completely human". Apparently some cyclists are riding with or around people they don't value highly. On the other hand we have to remember that on repeated occasions, within these pages, cyclists have told motorists when driving narrow, curvy, or hilly roads, that they should treat cyclists like a fallen tree, stray animal, or other road debris, as if cyclists are not capable of acting more intelligent than farm animals or inanimate objects. Spring is here, more cyclists on the road, be careful. ..