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Its a good thing I moved away from Connecticut(7 posts)

Its a good thing I moved away from ConnecticutKristin
Sep 28, 2001 3:52 PM
Law on books: You can be stopped by the police for biking over 65 miles per hour.

retreived from: http://www.dumblaws.com/states/connecticut.html
Yup, it's why I moved moved away but,nutmegger
Sep 28, 2001 4:03 PM
I'm still proud to be a Nutmegger!
Good thing there aren't many hills here that would enable us toHighgear
Sep 28, 2001 5:27 PM
do that. I wouldn't want to break any laws that would deface my fellow cyclists. By the way, CT is one of the best places to ride.
re: Its a good thing I moved away from Connecticutslowmanmoving
Sep 29, 2001 2:45 AM
No wonder that CT trooper was pissed, when I passes him on the right on my last ride??????
no wonder Dog the lawyer's max is only 64 :-) nmET
Sep 29, 2001 5:50 PM
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No, but see, in California you can go as fast as you like...Kristin
Sep 29, 2001 8:15 PM
However, if you live in Baldwin Park, you can not ride in a swimming pool.

The only speed restriction for California states that cars withOUT drivers must not travel over 60MPH.

http://www.dumblaws.com/states/california.html
Choice of tickets...Brooks
Oct 1, 2001 7:36 AM
A story I heard growing up in the SF Bay Area related to George Mount, a top US racer in the early-mid 70's (Olympian?). He was riding on Highway 24 between Orinda and Oakland. This highway goes through a tunnel in the Oakland/Berkeley hills and has a pretty good down grade. The story goes that George did not exit the highway and take the alternate route up and over the hills but went through the tunnel. A CHP pulled him over and gave him a choice of tickets: for riding a bike through the tunnel or for SPEEDING. Just for ego, I think he took the speeding ticket.