Sunday, January 31, 2010

Pasco Sheriff Deputies Handing Out Citations

According to getactivetampa.com, Pasco County Sheriff's deputies are giving citations to cyclists riding double pace lines in the San Antonio area.

Pasco county sheriff came to the San Ann parking lot this weekend and warned riders to individually stop at stop signs, the web site said.

7 comments:

Donny said...

"Double pace lines"? What are those?

Anonymous said...

Stop at stop signs???? What??? Follow the law....are you kidding me?

Anonymous said...

Do you have a link to the faceb...err...Getactivetampa.com article?

Anonymous said...

I have almost been hit head on by the racer wanna bees on Church Rd/Clay Hill 8 wide wearing the American Classic colors on a couple of Sundays. The Lancies are in the wrong lane and do not even look up.

That's a great area to ride and people on bikes, motorcyles, trucks and cars need to calm the hell down.

No wonder the locals are hostile.

Anonymous said...

You can see 4 to 6 abreast and stop sign blowing in San An every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.

Makes it rather difficult on us local solo riders.

Anonymous said...

"Double pace lines" by their own nature, are unlawful, as it requires three or four abreast at times.

Anonymous said...

Good I hope they right you morons tickets everyday!!!