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Old 04-17-2013, 01:37 PM   #1939
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Originally Posted by ttpete View Post
In MI, there's a 45 mph minimum speed restriction on limited-access highways. It's felt that slower traffic is a hazard and should travel on alternate routes.

Over the years, a few communities here have tried to exclude motorcycles and found out in court that any street that has been built and/or maintained with public tax dollars can't be closed to any licensed passenger vehicle that pays road and fuel taxes.
On limited access/high speed roads, I can see preventing bicycles, scooters, mopeds, etc. In fact, if you watch the entry ramps to *most* freeways, there's a sign that says just that.

We're not discussing limited-access roadways here tho. We're discussing pretty much everything *but* because *most* cyclists don't want the BS involved in dealing with the cars.

While I don't agree with these guys, it just goes to show that *in the right conditions,* riding a bike is faster than driving. (and why lane sharing should be a nationwide thing, not just relegated to CA)

I'm a cyclist that rides motos, not a moto rider that rides bicycles.
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