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look at that bike lane!

look at that bike lane!

June 7, 2007

bike riding

It’s not a bike lane, it’s the curb I say! I can not even tell you how many times I shouted at my 6 and 8 yr olds, “Stay the line! Stay the line!”

Luckily once you get outside of the downtown there are really nice wide bike paths separate from the road so that you don’t have to worry about being run down.

Posted by Chris @ 9:56 pm  

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  1. Brigitte says:

    I read or heard once that when there are sidewalks, bikers can go up there (if anyone can confirm) - but it looks that THAT sidewalk was a tad full, anyway. I’d be in perpetual verge-of-heart-attack zone with all the SUVs going by.

    [Chris says: No actually you can not go up on the sidewalks unless you push your bikes. They are very strict about it there also, probably because of the onslaught of tourists during the summer.]

  2. tanya says:

    I am the same, I get very stressed when I go biking with the kids. What makes it worse is that my husband doesn’t get it at all. He’d bike down the middle of the road.

  3. julie says:

    As a Michigander, I say go to Mackinac Island nesxt time. The boat ride over is only 40 minutes, there are only horses and bikes allowed on the island and prices are reasonable. Of course then you would just have to worry about the 10 hour drive to get there and the horse poop.