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    saw a late model dark bike using the pedestrian crossing at beech rd & alexander rd intersection thismorning, the rider was stradling the bike so it was running and hadnt broken down, i didnt see him/her enter the intersection but saw the rider riding at walking pase along the beech rd pedestrian section of the traffic lights then crossing beech rd lights still using the walk way. WTF??
    I know i cant spell, please don't feel the need to correct me

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    Hoon. Hope you got his rego and reported him.
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    • #3
      Maybe he's not licensed to ride it on the road ...
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      • #4
        I see posties ride on the "path" all the time.

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        • #5
          That's because posties can. And are meant to.
          Feels good man.

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          • #6
            ive thought about riding over the pedestrian bridge that goes over tonkin highway malaga, if i could , it would save quite a bit of time.

            but still, wouldnt risk it.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by esquire View Post
              That's because posties can. And are meant to.
              Are they?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Mikeymikemike View Post
                ive thought about riding over the pedestrian bridge that goes over tonkin highway malaga, if i could , it would save quite a bit of time.

                but still, wouldnt risk it.
                Why not..... I have seen a few bikes do it.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by HispeedVP View Post
                  saw a late model dark bike using the pedestrian crossing at beech rd & alexander rd intersection thismorning, the rider was stradling the bike so it was running and hadnt broken down, i didnt see him/her enter the intersection but saw the rider riding at walking pase along the beech rd pedestrian section of the traffic lights then crossing beech rd lights still using the walk way. WTF??

                  May have been a retired WNR'er reminiscing about the good old days when come wednesday night no perth footpath was safe, allegedly.

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                  • #10
                    Hmmm, gives me an idea for the WNR...
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                    • #11
                      But the WNR IS DEAD!



                      Wait.



                      It is, isn't it?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Mikeymikemike View Post
                        ive thought about riding over the pedestrian bridge that goes over tonkin highway malaga, if i could , it would save quite a bit of time.

                        but still, wouldnt risk it.
                        1. Check road surface for debris.
                        2. Approach intersection.
                        3. Put bike in neutral.
                        4. Walk bike.
                        5. ???
                        6. Profit!!!

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                        • #13
                          wasn't Madkat was it

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by brad71 View Post
                            Are they?
                            Yeah. They are. I'm now a postie for a couple of months.

                            It's amazing what you can get away with. You could probably ride into a shopping centre if you were dressed as a postie.
                            Feels good man.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by esquire View Post
                              Yeah. They are. I'm now a postie for a couple of months.

                              It's amazing what you can get away with. You could probably ride into a shopping centre if you were dressed as a postie.
                              Yeah,but is it legal?

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