in Denver there is talk about targeting DRUNK BIKING
I have heard of this sort of thing over the years
down at the beach they often issue tickets for "drunk biking"
we need to think about this
it is so obvious... I have a hard time addressing this
but it all comes down to the simple idea that the bike is not a car
rules for cars should not be the same as rules for the bike
as the consequences for the actions of a car driver are different than of a person riding a bicycle
the "worst case scenario" of drunk biking versus drunk driving
well... give it a moment's thought
and then answer the question
"is drunk biking such an issue that it should be targeted?"