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Should Motorize Bicycle be ride on the road??


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All i know is that there are many ****ing dangerous motorised bikers around.

All i know is that if they ever knock me or my family i will sue the brain juice out of them, they would wish they were the motorised bike instead of the biker

All i know is that i dont mess with them first so dont they mess with me.

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All i know is that there are many ****ing dangerous motorised bikers around.

All i know is that if they ever knock me or my family i will sue the brain juice out of them, they would wish they were the motorised bike instead of the biker

All i know is that i dont mess with them first so dont they mess with me.

They do not have the road courtesy and knowledge. Even seen some of these travveling in large groups with LEDS and blasting loud music like they were Chingay processions. The riders are in their teens. Some even pillion the girlfriends like as though its a motorbike. The same for those somewhat elderly. They ride on the road then pavements as and when and squeeze in between like they are on motorbikes and does not follow the traffic lights. Almost hit one while making a left turn on a left turning lane only. The fellow tried to squeeze on my left top go straight. Thankfully for a habit of checking blindspots I was able to safely stop. Its about time something have to be done. :cool:

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it is sad that we have black sheep around, I ride a motorized bicycle every now and then, I am a rider, I have a driving license and believe it or not, I do follow rules of the road on a bicycle (although not 100% as some of the rules and regulation is ridiculous as it causes more danger and disruption to other road users), where is the recognition and love for people like me who knows the dangers of the road and choose to obey rules and regulation?

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In the first place, motorized bicycle is not normal. There is nothing governing it (age limit, skills etc) and most of those on sale have too much power. It is approaching lawlessness for these. Until the authorities can rein in all these, motorized bicycle should be off the road by all means. If you want to ride, either go for bicycle for leisure, short distance travel or motorbike. Period.

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support motorised bicycle to have insurance and licence.

more $$$ to earn for the insurance company ..

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i ever see a motorized bicycle going 50+ km/h on a small road

 

its very dangerous and worse they have no knowledge of traffic rules and no side mirror

 

I saw a Malaysian plate motorcycle (this morning) crossing a zebra crossing and then onto the pedestrian pavement to avoid the ERP gantry. Doesn't matter whether the vehicle is licensed or not, or whether the rider has a license or not.

 

BTW, LTA also bo pian when Malaysian plate vehicles/ bikes do such things. Even if you report with photos, they also siao siao lan lan. Those bikers know it and thats why its no stopping them.

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I saw a Malaysian plate motorcycle (this morning) crossing a zebra crossing and then onto the pedestrian pavement to avoid the ERP gantry. Doesn't matter whether the vehicle is licensed or not, or whether the rider has a license or not.

 

BTW, LTA also bo pian when Malaysian plate vehicles/ bikes do such things. Even if you report with photos, they also siao siao lan lan. Those bikers know it and thats why its no stopping them.

And SG plated vehicles are regularly hunted by the police across the border. Perhaps TP should randomly stop and check these M'sian plated vehicles regularly? Do they have a valid licence and insurance? Are their vehicles lawfully registered? Road tax and etc. That is what SG vehicle owners are always asked to produce when stopped regularly by the police across the border. :cool:

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Motorized bicycle really endangered the pedestrian due to their speed. Heck even normal bicycle sometimes doesnt have the courtesy to slow down when pass by pedestrian. Thats why cyclist got a bad name (I am a cyclist)
Especially those who kept ringing their bell to be given way. Am also a cyclist but I usually wait behind the pedestrian till they give way. Otherwise just cycle slowly. But usually when I say 'excuse me' they will let me pass through. There are others who get agitated though. I believe its still much better than ringing the bell incessantly expecting to be given way. :cool:

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Especially those who kept ringing their bell to be given way. Am also a cyclist but I usually wait behind the pedestrian till they give way. Otherwise just cycle slowly. But usually when I say 'excuse me' they will let me pass through. There are others who get agitated though. I believe its still much better than ringing the bell incessantly expecting to be given way. :cool:

 

if they ring ring me when im walking on a footpath....il curse n swear and kick at their wheels....bugger tink wat got wheels got right of way on a pavement ah...

I ride at 70km/hr only...please please dont blow2 at me or overtake me dangerously....wait i change into Incredible Hulk n dont know why my little baby bike will always be ahead of u if u do that

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if they ring ring me when im walking on a footpath....il curse n swear and kick at their wheels....bugger tink wat got wheels got right of way on a pavement ah...

 

But they are really faster mah.

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open one class 2C ma. den take btt and rtt can ride le. wear helmet and signal everything of course. also put number plate. den singapore become more clean by supporting electric bicycle approve or not, still more safer then idiots riding in the middle of the road.

 

You actually successfully predicted the number plate thing.. LOL!!!

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