It is common courtesy in the U.S. for runners, joggers, and cyclists to announce their presence to others, especially when approaching from behind, by shouting:
This informs the other pedestrian or cyclist that they are about to be passed on their right or left, respectively.
I have never noticed this happening while riding in Mexico. But even if it's not common, I would like to do the same, for my safety and the safety of those around me. What's the proper way to do this?
I could simply shout
¡Izquierda!, but would people know what I mean? Do I need a more complete phrase?
¡Le paso a su derecha!
Is there a standard way to do this? If not, what's they best way to convey my meaning in as short a phrase as possible?