Below is a very good, and fairly comprehensive video produced by the cities of Champaign and Urbana about bicycle safety and the law. It is not slick, but chock full of real world demonstrations of how bicyclists and motorist should deal with each other, with bicycle specific infrastructure and with old-timey, not-bike-friendly road infrastructure. The central message in the video, Champaign-Urbana Sharing the Road, is that, "Predictability is the key to bicycle safety." I like that the video presents bicycling not merely as a recreational activity, but that people ride for all sorts of reasons, and should be encouraged to do so. It shows and explains that people ride to shop, commute to the office, get to school, as well as for pure pleasure. It encourages cyclists to use the whole road when appropriate and reminds drivers that bicyclists are not only permitted to do so, but should "take the lane" when it is the safest means to traverse an area. This video should be required viewing for all Illinois residents. How about making people watch it every time they renew their driver's licenses?