Old 06-12-18, 05:25 PM
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cthenn
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OP, where was that sign? Did you see others? I remember recently there were signs posted again on Calle Arroyo but not Alameda Diablo. I guess I'm trying to get a handle on exactly where the problem is. I've never had any issue on AD, the only signs I've seen previously (quite a while ago now) were at the intersection of AD and La Cadena. I usually don't ride all the way to the main cut-through, normally I use a secondary cut through at the end of Calle Los Calledos, but I've also gone straight through La Cadena and then exited back out on Diablo Road. I can normally ride fast enough on AD (even uphill) to keep cars behind me, because of all those speed humps, so I don't think I'm much of a hooligan cyclist clogging the roads and talking loudly... Just wondering if there is a less contentious route that avoids some of the problem residents.
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