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Anyone that lives along the coast knows how dangerous it is to embark on a trip to the market, especially on the weekend.
The beauty of the area that brought those of us to live here brings many visitors each and every day. This includes large groups of bicyclists, some more than others able to safely ride on a shoulder-less road, as well as large groups of menacing motorcyclists. Many of whom are hellbent on racing as fast as they can, no matter what danger they bring to all those around them.
Below is a video recorded on 9 October 2016 as I drove south from Nick’s to the Point Reyes Station Sheriff’s Office.
It is a bit over 7 minutes long and contains more than 5 clear instances of outlaw riders passing numerous vehicles, crossing double yellow lines, passing on blind corners, passing before a blind hilltop. Unfortunately I was unable to record the fool that popped a wheelie as he passed several cars next to the always crowded Marshall Store.
I’ve sped up the parts with no crazy riding to shorten the clip.
You can skip to the dangerous instances if you wish by going to:
Please forward to your favorite politician and law enforcement officers.
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Below are screen grabs of the offending cyclists as they pass me, with my best guess at their license plates.