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Yeah, as soon as they start paying Registration, MAIB and 3rd Party Insurance, Road Usage Excise and start obeying the road rules like the rest of us, THEN they deserve to be on the road. Until then, keep off. We paid for it.
A professional cyclist in a peloton, yes. Your average cyclist, I don`t think so.
I`m too poor for a car. T_T
And screw that, pavement`s the only way to get around here. I`m not biking through grass or staying in my neighborhood just because I can`t afford a car.
Build sidewalks, then we`ll talk.
Then don`t bitch and moan when I run you down for going 15mph in a 45mph zone. :P"
In England it`s illegal for cyclists to cycle on pavements...Don`t know about over there.
And 15mph for a cyclist is hardly anything. Most cyclists can hold faster than that for over 100mile distances.
Then don`t bitch and moan when I run you down for going 15mph in a 45mph zone. :P
I don`t mean to generalize, but for the most part bikers in my area are a-holes.
DarthJay, cyclists do have to follow the same rules. I`ve seen cyclists getting tickets too. But every day I see people in cars running lights or stop signs. As far as minimum speed limits go, that`s usually only on the freeways where there are no stop lights or signs. The point is, a LOT more people in cars break the laws that you`re griping about cyclists breaking. Just today a woman was in front of me in a parking garage. She`d stop at every turn and look around. When we got out she ran two stop signs. So don`t gripe about cyclists breaking the law when a hell of a lot more drivers do that and worse.
Dunno about Americaland, it`s sure as hell illegal over here...
could be, but good drating luck catching them in that sort of traffic.