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Old 03-19-19, 07:51 AM
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I would say it's definitely with in bounds. You might make sure you know cycling law as it applies in your locale.

Have a definite "conversation." if the opportunity arises. Have solid reasoning & patience. He may genuinely not know & is riding as he was taught as a pedestrian. Being "wrong" has a way of shutting people down & setting them harder. Your approach is 100% the key, & only then if the opportunity arises organically.

What he does after that is up to him.
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