Summernight wrote:I thought this was a dumb thing to do by the cyclist, especially during morning peak hour, although I know some people have different opinions to me about going through red lights and left hand turns. From where I was sitting on my bike waiting for the light to change he passed me very quickly.
Hi Summernight, a well shot clip,
I always stop, but I can understand the desire to just keep on going. I am not in the hurry some commuters are and not as sprightly either, so that might make a difference Some countries do allow that move based on nouse and so I can see both sides of the coin. It would be nice to have it accepted for cyclists in ozz.
It would prevent good riders being labelled as law breakers.
We have virtually identical cases with out red lights at give way signs and those left turn, side cut in spots if no oncoming traffic.(not well written)
It just seems that some laws are designed against practical thinking and create evil doers where no problems exist.
I used to say to my blokes "nothings a problem unless you make it one" All things being equal the government has not seen the obvious here.
Just my thoughts and no intention to start a controversy.