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I've noticed on group rides that some cyclists highlight turns and other information on cue sheets in different colors. Is there a universal convention for the colors used? (e.g. blue for left turns, pink for right)

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I seriously doubt it. – Daniel R Hicks Apr 9 '14 at 11:50

There's no convention for it, it's entirely down to personal preference.

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I have not seen any convention like that.

When I print cue sheets for the (Maryland) St Mary's Century, I print them so that the color of the cue sheet paper is about the same as the color of the arrows on the road. Orange arrows on the road = orange paper for the cue sheet etc.

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