landsurfer wrote:Without being obvious, i would just lift my bicycle over the fence, enter through the kissing gate and ride off on my bike .... are we over thinking this ... i don't see how it is a problem. We have a number of kissing gates near me .. i usually rotate my bicycle onto its rear wheel and wheel it .. and myself , through ... So i have to get off my bike, i am slowed down, ... so what !
So what about the handcyclist? I know some can lift a tricycle, but not over any fences worth the name.
Even rotating a common DF bike onto its back wheel isn't possible with long enough mudguards.
There is no technological solution to this social problem. Enforcement is the best option, whether by police, rangers or otherwise.
MJR, mostly pedalling 3-speed roadsters. KL+West Norfolk BUG incl social easy rides http://www.klwnbug.co.uk
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