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Old 01-10-2019, 11:29 AM   #16
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Re: UK Cycle paths Vs Roads

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Re: UK Cycle paths Vs Roads

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Swings and roundabouts really.
Today I saw a cyclist ride up a one way street the wrong way and that was only in the small suburb of Swansea where I live.
I used to see cars running red lights on roundabout of J48 of the motorway every day. That was just because that was my route to work.

Yeah I agree there Gasman the thing is though in a car your in a protective cage on a cycle or moterbike you havent any protection.

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I've got a mate who does that - not sure a bicycle is involved though.

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Re: UK Cycle paths Vs Roads

I find roads too dangerous for riding a bicycle. So I ride a unicycle instead.

In Australia a unicyclist is classified as "a pedestrian operating a wheeled recreational device", so we can ride on the footpath as well as roads without marked lanes and having speed limits not above 50 kph.

I can cruise along at about 15 kph and not have to worry much about cars.

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