Old 01-24-12, 09:01 AM
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yuzu
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Well practical is in the law, I guess I'm just curious to know if anyone else has had issues with this:

Riding on roadways and bikeways (291C-145)

  1. When traveling slower than the normal speed of traffic, bicyclists are to ride as close to the right hand curb or on the shoulder of the roadway, as practical. Be careful when passing a stopped vehicle or one going the same direction. There are the allowed exceptions to the "right hand" rule:
    1. When preparing for a left turn at an intersection, private road, or driveway;
    2. When necessary to avoid hazards that make it unsafe to ride along the right hand curb. This includes situations where the traffic lane is too narrow for a bicycle and a motor vehicle to travel safely side-by-side; or
    3. When one-way streets have more than one lane of traffic, the bicyclist may ride near the left hand curb or edge.
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