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Bike law handbook

Posted by on June 1st, 2005 at 10:17 pm

Just caught wind of this info from the BTA:

“The Bicycle Transportation Alliance and bicycle lawyer Ray Thomas announce the release of the new, revised 4th edition of “Pedal Power: A Legal Guide for Oregon Cyclists.”

For over ten years, lawyer and bicycle activist Ray Thomas has been teaching a “cyclists’ legal clinic” to interested cyclists. In his clinic, Mr. Thomas translates vehicle code from “Legalese” into English, clarifying the rights and responsibilities laid out for cyclists under the Oregon law. Since 1999, the information has also been available in book form.”

To purchase your copy call 503.226.0676, email info@bta4bikes.org or stop by the BTA office at 717 SW 12th Ave in downtown Portland. More info on the book and other BTA goodies can be found here.

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