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    Senior Member italktocats's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rydabent View Post
    Giving that cyclist a ticket is so lame. What about some fixie riders that have no brakes, or as someone mentioned a bike with just a rear wheel coaster brake? Just last week I ran into a fixie rider that had no brakes at all.
    germany is very anti fixies..

    even here in dutchieland, using JUST one coaster brake is totally legal, replacing that coater with a disc brake and its verboten! dumb ancient laws

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    Senior Member howsteepisit's Avatar
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    rydabent, After you rode into the risk seeking fixie rider were there injuries?
    Recycle, Reclaim, Reuse and Repair
    The 4 Rs to save the planet

    "Toes"

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    I really don,t understand the issue. The policeman made an honest mistake, and it was corrected. Cops are human, just like the rest of us. What's the big deal????

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