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Old October 3rd 09, 04:50 PM posted to rec.bicycles.soc
Jym Dyer
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Default Santa Monica's Illegal Overarching Bike License Statute

=v= The LAist reports that Santa Monica, California. is
onerously enforcing a local statute require all bicyclists,
even nonresidents, to have bicycle licenses:

http://laist.com/2009/10/02/santa_mo...hrow_you_i.php

(It is expressly illegal under California state law to require
bicycle licenses of nonresidents.)

=v= There is a similar problem in El Cerrito, California,
where police are enforcing a local statute that requires adult
bicyclists to wear helmets. Again, they expressly do not have
the authority to do so under California state law.
_Jym_

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