I typically try to ride only on designated trails, MSU campus, or in my immediate neighborhood. But, occasionally, I have a need to ride on public streets. When I first got serious about cycling some 45 years ago, I was taught that bicyclists are entitled to a full vehicle lane on public roads, and that the proper place to ride in a lane in just LEFT of the center oil slick of any lane. The idea is that it makes you most visible to traffic. My good friend Rick, who was in a serious cycling accident earlier this year always argued the proper place to ride was to the RIGHT of the oil slick roughly 18" left of the fog line (the solid white line between the road and the shoulder). I have no idea what the current thinking is on this topic, or if there is a right or wrong answer, but I am interested in what the great minds of my fellow forum participants have to say on the topic, so where do you ride?