17 thoughts on “Cycle Of Shame

    1. delacaravanio

      No they’re not allowed to cycle over it at all.

      You’re required to dismount and walk on the footpath with the bike.

      1. Citizen Wolf

        Those signs have no standing in law. They’re advisory only. Pity the bridge was originally designed by an idiot from the world where pedestrians and cyclists don’t exist.

  1. manolo

    RTE crew causing much more of an inconvenience blocking the path.

    Lets drink to cycle-hate continuing strongly into 2016.

  2. Panty Christ

    Can we have the AA position of subvention regarding money collected for road tax going into irish water. Fair question, in fairness.

    1. Otis Blue

      The AA that’s owned by a private equity firm? That’d be an objective and independent view then.

  3. Colin

    ‘Irish motorist Guardian’ seriously? The man is an idiot with no formal credentials to even come close to an authoritative or professional viewpoint on road safety or traffic management. Does he even hold an accreditation or degree in the area?

    1. Frilly Keane

      Sur when did that stop any of ’em
      Look at yer man I M Hall ffs

      These lads let on they’re knowable, experienced, skilled and qualified
      But all they are are talkers

      lobbyists for self promotion
      They’re no different to David Quinn and Iona

      And the media give it up to them
      Instead of actually examining their credibility or even their credentials

    1. Citizen Wolf

      Conor Faughnan? I know he’s a committed motorist and all, but that’s a bit harsh surely, to call for his burning.

  4. formerly known as @ireland.com

    Serious question, why do they suggest cyclists should dismount?
    I used to use it regularly.
    It was the train tracks along the quays that were dangerous.

  5. 15 cents

    i saw the weirdest thing yesterday .. a cyclist stopped at a red light .. he stopped! and didnt go again until the light was green.

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