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Old August 7th 17, 03:16 PM posted to rec.bicycles.misc
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Default What to do about pit bulls belonging to homeless people along theFolsom-Sacramento, CA bike trail?

I just wanted to toss this question out there, and see what you guys think.

There have been several news reports about the pit bull attacks.

People are getting to be too afraid to ride their bikes on the bike trail.

Every once in awhile the Sacramento County Sheriff will roust the homeless people, and they will move up hwy. 50 to somewhere near Placerville. Then after awhile the El Dorado County Sheriff will roust them again, and they go back to the bike trail area.

How can cyclists protect themselves from such attacks? All thoughts on this issue will be appreciated.
 




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