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by: princecharming Active Indicator LED Icon 5 OP 
~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 7:59am  
Not sure what this women is thinking but she is getting in the way during morning traffic not to mention putting herself and her child at risk .
 
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barsinister Active Indicator LED Icon 4
~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 8:04am  
She has a legal right to be in the road. A bicycle, or trike is considered to be a vehicle. Slow down or leave earlier
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~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 8:06am  
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princecharming Active Indicator LED Icon 5 OP 
~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 8:15am  
She has a legal right to be in the road. A bicycle, or trike is considered to be a vehicle. Slow down or leave earlier
 
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~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 8:15am  
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princecharming Active Indicator LED Icon 5 OP 
~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 8:19am  
She has a legal right to be in the road. A bicycle, or trike is considered to be a vehicle. Slow down or leave earlier
 
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princecharming Active Indicator LED Icon 5 OP 
~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 8:25am  
This road is too narrow to share a bike, she's not wearing a helmet, and it's a school zone.
 
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the timing of this during the busiest time...i mean i get the " let me kill 2 birds with one stone" by exercising while taking my kid to school but when u come racing down the greenbelt not even slowing down to check if traffic is.coming with a kid in the back is just plain ignorant and dangerous....
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buffaloglenn Active Indicator LED Icon 10
~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 8:32am  
She has a legal right to be in the road. A bicycle, or trike is considered to be a vehicle. Slow down or leave earlier

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Exactly.  She could legally bike down Kingwood drive at 5:30 in the morning, with no helmet, and no reflective gear.  Does that make it smart?  I think you know the answer.  Does it make her a Darwin award candidate?  Yes, yes it does.  It really doesn't matter what the law is; the bike rider in an accident with a car loses the battle, 100% of the time, every time. 
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Jpgurl Active Indicator LED Icon 16
~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 8:33am  

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>> She has a legal right to be in the road. A bicycle, or trike is considered to be a vehicle. Slow down or leave earlier
 
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its dangerous ****** that is all im saying but what else should we expect from a liberal who.is always worried about what their rights are lmao....
 
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Wow seriously??? Take a chill pill!!! Maybe if more people did that instead of driving their precious snowflakes 3 blocks to school Tree Ln wouldn’t be so busy. The only problem I see is that she’s not wearing a helmet. She’s perfectly legal- riding on the right side of the road close to the curb. I mean how much did she delay your trip-30 seconds? Please spare me your fake concern for her safety. It’s all about you being inconviennced. And no need to use profanity. So sick of people not knowing the law🙄
 
PS - you aren’t exactly concerned with safety pulling out your camera to take pictures? Worry about yourself
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princecharming Active Indicator LED Icon 5 OP 
~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 8:37am  

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its dangerous ****** that is all im saying but what else should we expect from a liberal who.is always worried about what their rights are lmao....
 
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Wow seriously??? Take a chill pill!!! Maybe if more people did that instead of driving their precious snowflakes 3 blocks to school Tree Ln wouldn’t be so busy. The only problem I see is that she’s not wearing a helmet. She’s perfectly legal- riding on the right side of the road close to the curb. I mean how much did she delay your trip-30 seconds? Please spare me your fake concern for her safety. It’s all about you being inconviennced. And no need to use profanity. So sick of people not knowing the law🙄
 
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Reivax Active Indicator LED Icon 4
~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 8:37am  
This is America. We're raised from birth to believe that nobody can tell us what to do, that if you want to do it, go for it. Clearly the people pushing that agenda didn't intend for you to ride your fat bike in the middle of a narrow lane during rush hour, but don't tell the American that. Cause then you're a racist. I still want to know what city planner decided to make the narrowest residential streets I've seen that aren't in a town whose space is limited by history or geography. Kingwood was a forest prior to making these streets. No limitations on space or topography, why couldn't they have made streets wide enough for cars to park on both sides and still have proper 2-way traffic pass. oh, and ****** SIDEWALKS
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sweetie Active Indicator LED Icon 10 Forum Moderator
~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 8:39am  
Thanks lady trying to bike on Tree ln you're craziness is taking the heat off of my hangry decision to eat a slimy egg.
 
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You still shouldn't have eaten that egg... 😂
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buffaloglenn Active Indicator LED Icon 10
~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 8:40am  
This is America. We're raised from birth to believe that nobody can tell us what to do, that if you want to do it, go for it. Clearly the people pushing that agenda didn't intend for you to ride your fat bike in the middle of a narrow lane during rush hour, but don't tell the American that. Cause then you're a racist. I still want to know what city planner decided to make the narrowest residential streets I've seen that aren't in a town whose space is limited by history or geography. Kingwood was a forest prior to making these streets. No limitations on space or topography, why couldn't they have made streets wide enough for cars to park on both sides and still have proper 2-way traffic pass. oh, and ****** SIDEWALKS

@Reivax: I hear what you are saying on the street width, but they do have greenbelts that traverse the entire area so the thought was probably that the bikers could take the greenbelts, rather than Tree Lane which was designed as a significant through-street. 
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~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 8:47am  
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Ok, I'm beginning to see THE PROBLEM.
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~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 8:48am  
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~ 4 years ago   Oct 9, '17 8:48am  

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>> This is America. We're raised from birth to believe that nobody can tell us what to do, that if you want to do it, go for it. Clearly the people pushing that agenda didn't intend for you to ride your fat bike in the middle of a narrow lane during rush hour, but don't tell the American that. Cause then you're a racist. I still want to know what city planner decided to make the narrowest residential streets I've seen that aren't in a town whose space is limited by history or geography. Kingwood was a forest prior to making these streets. No limitations on space or topography, why couldn't they have made streets wide enough for cars to park on both sides and still have proper 2-way traffic pass. oh, and ****** SIDEWALKS
 
@Reivax: I hear what you are saying on the street width, but they do have greenbelts that traverse the entire area so the thought was probably that the bikers could take the greenbelts, rather than Tree Lane which was designed as a significant through-street. 
 
 

@buffaloglenn: I like the greenbelt idea, except it's a haven for predators. By predators, I mean mosquitoes, lol. After the floods but before they did that airplane-based spraying, we went on a family walk down our local greenbelt and we got about 100 yards before we turned around.
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