Equipment and On Road Behaviour, Laws and Rules. Cycling Promotion and Advocacy
Lemme guess, the only thing that really changed was the name and masthead on the website? Same poor practices run by the same people?
If you can't do anything make it look like you're doing something
...whatever the road rules, self-preservation is the absolute priority for a cyclist when mixing it with motorised traffic.
London Boy 29/12/2011
It's not a logo, it's the chalk outline of a deceased bicycle. It is meant as a warning.
It was changed when they took over the responsibilities of NSW maritime. They do boat rego, water regulations etc, just like they do for motorists.
I've no doubt they are trying to work out how to build new motorboatways, and will soon introduce no-canoe zones and rowboat lights that are green for 5 seconds every 3 minutes.
It was changed so Premier Baz, Uncle Duncan and their cronies could cut more bods out of the public service and save a bundle on rent money by closing a few offices under the guise of "eliminating duplication".
Anyone expecting better service or greater efficiency has rocks in their head.
Some days you are a big, strutting rooster, some days you are a bit chicken and some days you are just a complete cocque. Roger Ramjet: 2009 Giant CRX3 Spockette: 2009 Trek FX 7.3 (WSD, property of Mrs Monsoon) Lady Penelope: 2011 Avanti Cadent 1.0 TdF
Was out front of my house today and a car from bankstown council stopped and said he'd be spitting if they put one of those things in front of his house, gave advice on getting a petition and really forcing council on the matter. He did this without prompting, I was just taking a bike out of my car when he started the conversation. Seems residents get more support from other councils than we do from auburn.
Got an urban planner who lives down the road on the case and will get residents to sign petition this weekend and see where that gets us.
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