||12-05-13 05:57 AM
Originally Posted by CB HI
Taking the lane includes riding on the right tire track. Again, please do show us ANYTHING that supports your claim that the cyclist was in the center or left side of the lane.
Wikipedia definition below
Lane control is the practice of a cyclist controlling a lane (also known as "using the full lane", "taking control of the lane", "taking the lane" or "claiming the lane" when traveling near the center
of a marked travel lane.
Remember the JUDGE -according to OP- said he had "taken the lane"- I just assumed it is correct.
Quote from OP linked article below
This week we caught up with Gary Harty, member of TheCyclist-Lawyer.com cycling team and 20+ year cyclist, to get his thoughts and observations regarding a traffic case trial he observed on November 20, 2013. The trial involved a cyclist cited with CRS 42-4-1412(5) "bicycle rider failed to ride on right of lane when being over taken"
The "Ticket" said he wasn't "on right of lane"
I reasonably enough take that to mean -he was either middle or left.