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News - February 12, 2014

'Noon ride' of cyclists stop for safety clinic

They get a briefing on how to ride safely near horses

About 75 cyclists on the well-known "noon ride" voluntarily stopped their lunchtime workout on Jan. 23 in Portola Valley to hear a brief tutorial on "how to ride bicycles safely in the presence of horses, and of horse trailers."

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Posted by cars too?, a resident of Woodside: other
on Feb 11, 2014 at 11:28 am

Does the 25mph speed limit also apply to cars driving near horses?


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