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CA law on cyclists riding two abreast

2017-10-08 17:12:57.679928+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

If You Want to Know Bike Laws, Don’t Ask the California Highway Patrol, a breakdown of when it's legal for California bicyclists to take the entire lane and/or ride two abreast.

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#Comment Re: CA law on cyclists riding two abreast made: 2017-10-09 11:45:18.950411+00 by: DaveP

I'm pretty sure CA vehicle laws are moot in almost all cases. I never see any enforcement, and I see people breaking laws left, right and center every time I visit the state. The only thing I've seen CHP doing on my last two visits was directing people around pieces of road that had failed. Cones would probably be a lot cheaper, but someone would try to drive around them and fall off a cliff, I guess.

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