From: "The Medway Handyman" <davidl...@nospamblueyonder.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 15 Jan 2010 22:32:08 GMT
Local: Fri, Jan 15 2010 5:32 pm
Subject: Re: Do You Ever Not Use Cycle Paths Just to Obstruct Motorists?
mileburner wrote:What a whinging git. You are given free cycle lanes at motorists expense
> Mas...@BP.com wrote:
>> On 11 Jan, 23:44, Guy Cuthbertson <gu...@nothing.invalid> wrote:
>>> We all know it goes on, but is anyone going to be man enough to own
>>> up to it? Does anyone here ever avoid using a perfectly good and
>>> accessible cycle path when cycling, partly or wholly because they
>>> want to reduce the width of the road for motorists (perhaps because
>>> they dislike cars and want to make the driving experience less
>>> You've done that at least once, haven't you carburner?
>> The current Dept for Transport guidelines state:
>> Ride at a sensible speed for the situation and ensure you can stop
>> Since I ride at speeds of over 18 mph, I tend to follow their advice.
> So do I. The problem with on road cycle lanes is that generally, they
and you don't use them, instead you get in the way of tax paying motorists.
If you must ride childrens toys on the road, at least you could stay in your
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