my logic is much more substantive than the 'connect a statute' legal opinions of a bunch of cyclists suffering from a debilitating case of cyclist inferiority syndrome.
I mean really! theres' no support for the argument that "bikes must pull off road, we are VEHICLES!" but there is plenty of support for my position - WADOT, CADOT, Bob Mionskes' book-
NONE of these credible sources have any explicit endorsement of the argument that bicyclists must leave the roadway under SMV-I-POR laws.
again -surely, ONE of these characters and organizations mentions this as a duty of bicyclists. bicyclists shall be riding FRAP, perhaps, but no mention of bicyclists leaving the roadway for faster traffic.
important legal cases surrounding issues of bicyclists impeding traffic support my contentions;
the UVC contains no provisions that would require vehicles to required to pull off the roadway for faster traffic, much less bicyclists.
bicyclist have a fundamental right to the road.
no state or scholar has made the wild proclamations about bicyclists rights as have been so flippantly been bandied about by the 'new vehicularist order'.
this "pull off the road is a statutory duty of bicyclists to faster traffic" nonsense, and john forester's recent doozy "bicyclists are required to ride at the edge of the roadway in all 50 states" , sheesh.
the decrepitude of the 'vehicular cycling' platform is apalling, these inferiority laden ideas about bicyclists rights. How they are framing their arguments these days makes me wonder about the integrity of their agenda.