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sunnydaze4me 323 days ago
Watching this video made my day. Great cop with the right attitude.
etplayer 323 days ago
Initially I was like...well yeah..he's riding in the middle of a public thoroughfare....
Then realized he was on a 30 MPH road and doing 32 MPH, no need for that kinda shit.
It's one thing if you're going to hold up traffic pretending to be Lance Armstrong plodding along at 17 MPH in a 50 MPH zone, but that clearly wasn't the case here. (If you were in a car doing 17 MPH in a 50 you would get pulled over for being a safety hazard...)
metataggers 323 days ago
Kudos to the Skokie, IL Police department!
Cyrille 322 days ago
#2 In most contries, bikers are authorized to be (nearly) on the middle of the road. It gives you some space to move away from dumb drivers overtaking you too close.
kashinthebin 321 days ago
#1 bicyclists think they have so much rights on the road they are ridiculous, not saying this one is but many just cut you off and do so much stupid things.
pauldmixer 320 days ago
#5 not saying it's right or wrong (ethically) but legally, cyclists have as many rights to most roads as cars. In other words, cyclists have just as much of a right to be an idiot as car drivers do Just not as much protection from accidents...
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