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Thread: Filtering in bicycle lanes

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    Should Get Out More mrlongbeard's Avatar
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    Do you?
    Hell no, we're forever told by cyclists that their lanes are full of glass, detritus and other hazard's so I'd avoid them like the plague.

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    If it doesnít have nails on it, I use it for filtering. I ensure I donít have to stop/foot down before I begin.

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    Default Re: Filtering in bicycle lanes

    Occasionally there are even cycle lanes with solid borders that you can use at certain times:
    Screenshot 2018-07-23 at 21.50.06.jpg

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