I ride along the ohlone greenway every day from Bart. It's about a 8 minute ride but it's kind of full of hell.

To the dad with his little girl on the bike: Glad to see that she's wearing a helmet! BAD that she doesn't have a bike light! Even though it's twilight doesn't mean it's LIGHT!

To the runner with her headphones on: I always announce myself at that blind corner because even though I'm not speeding like a madman (I learned that lesson before) I am still a moving object. Perhaps you should turn your music down a bit or just be a bit more aware IF YOU CAN'T SEE WHAT'S BEHIND THE CORNER

To the guy on the motorized bike/scooter/whatever: I don't think you're ever supposed to be ON the bike path...regardless, if you are going to be on the bike path, RIDE ON THE CORRECT SIDE. Last thing I need is a dimly lit motorized object coming right at me.

To the lady walking her dog in the middle of the bike path: it's hard for me to tell you which side I'll be approaching on when you're taking up the whole path. I did announce that I was coming but you didn't move, at all. I finally picked the side your dog WASN'T on and you jumped six feet when I told you. "Why didn't you say something sooner?" I did, and I was not quiet about it, either.

I'm starting to think it's going to be better if I just take the actual roads and screw the bike path all together.