Ride With Others
Studies have proven it; there is safety in numbers
"It's a virtuous cycle," says Dr Julie Hatfield, an injury expert from UNSW who addressed a cycling safety seminar in Sydney, Australia. "The likelihood that an individual cyclist will be struck by a motorist falls with increasing rate of bicycling in a community. And the safer cycling is perceived to be, the more people are prepared to cycle."
This is also the concept behind Critical Mass. It's easy for a driver in a car to bully one cyclist off the road, but stick a few (or more) cyclists on the road, and they take on the presence of a car... perhaps more than one car. There is strength in numbers.