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This reminds me of where I live. I wish cities across the USA would make it mandatory for all cops watch this video.
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Love at the end where the lawyer says, "Well, technically, that's not true..." If you read the law, it says riders must stay in the bike lane but can exit it for safety reasons. It's a judgement call on the cops part. Stupid law.
I love the part at 1 min. 45 seconds when he crashes and everyone just stares at him but no one moves to help. In fact the one guy jumps away from him.
@Jade Loved the same part. My favourite was when he crashes into the cop car.
@Brian - The judgement call of the cop in the first part of the film was suspect. Plus if there were cars parked illegally in the bike lane - why the heck weren't they ticketed?
Riding in the bike lane is like wearing an invisibility cloak. Cars never look in the bike lane before pulling out or turning and you constantly have to dogde pedestrains that step out in front of you. Bike lanes have a habit of ending abruptly round here, and then pedestrians frown at you for riding on the pavement or motorists shout "get off the road". I tend to prefer pedestrains that don't want me on the side walk than motorists who don't want me on the road. Seriously its like everyones out to get you or kill you! Love the video btw:)
Really enjoyed the video...hope he was OK at the end..