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Cyclists worry about Bernard Avenue 'sharrows'

Sharrows now line the right hand side of Bernard Avenue in Kelowna. (CBC)
At first glance, it looks like the symbol for a bike lane, but it's not.

The image of bicycle with two arrows above it is called a "sharrow," and when the City of Kelowna reopened a section of Bernard Avenue after a three month facelift, the road featured sharrows on both sides.

That is raising concerns among some cyclists.

Landon Bradshaw, the president of the Kelowna Area Cycling Coalition, spoke with Daybreak host, Chris Walker.

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