Guest Apprentice writer. Posted November 5, 2016 Report Share Posted November 5, 2016 For years Frank E Rogers Blvd. has a very bad rash of Adult bike riders riding on the sidewalk and weaving in and out of pedestrians. Is there a way to enforce the law that requires Adults to ride their bikes in the street. Of course the first comeback will be an excuse, '' The cars drive too wild and don't pay attention to the cyclists. The cars would pay better attention if there were more cyclists on the streets for the drivers to learn how to drive next to them. The cyclists would also have to learn how to share the street with the drivers. Too many kids and elderly people have been injured due to bikes being ridden by adults on the sidewalk. People who are walking their dogs also run the risk of being injured or worse yet having their dogs run over by adult cyclists. Even worse is the idiot cyclists who are actually talking on their cell phones while riding on sidewalks. Are there any other citizens out there that feel the same way? Any pictures of adult cyclists on the sidewalks of Harrison. Please post so we can reinforce this important issue. Maybe someone can draw up some bilingual flyers and post the PDF file here so we can all print them up and distribute them. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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