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If they’re good enough there’s no need for compulsion to use bike paths

“If the paths are by any miracle to be made of such width and quality as to be equal to our present road system, it would not be necessary to pass any laws to compel cyclists to use them; the cyclists would use them.”

From testimony given to the parliamentary Alness committee by George Herbert Stancer, secretary of the CTC Cyclists’ Touring Club, 1938.

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