Tigerbiten wrote:mercalia wrote:3mph is just about walking I bet these cycle-yobs are going considerably faster. 5-6mph is about right.
So are you wanting to fine any runner who goes faster than 5-6 mph as well.
If not, why not ??
10 mph is 1 mile every 6 minutes or 4.3 hours for a marathon.
This is over your 5-6 mph limit but well within an average runners speed range.
its about wobble room and the width of the track. if the track is wide go as fast as you like. if its narrow then not. The ops case is the path is not really wide enough for safe 2 abreast.( Some ) Laws generally are not about catching offenders but offenders who have caused trouble or come to the attention of the authorities. eg I see lots of people cycle on the pavement in Streatham ( there are byelaws about it signed out side Lidls) but no one stops them, but if there was an accident I bet all their misdemeanours would be counted