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Loudoun bikers stop sign charges dismissed; Landau successfully represents "MS-8" Lovettsville cyclists in Leesburg Traffic Court today

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This morning Doug Landau represented 2 of the bikers who were ticketed for rolling through a stop sign in Loudoun County. But the details of their ride are turning heads all over Virginia, as reported in prior posts. On Sunday June 11th, a total of eight cyclists were stopped for this offense (Virginia Code 46.2-821)

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Bikers ticketed by Loudoun County: The "Idaho Stop" a possible solution for "MS-8" charity bicycle riders, bike tour groups & Virginia recreational cyclists

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The law in Idaho permits cyclists to roll up to a stop sign, yield the right of way, and then proceed without stopping. This is what the “MS-8” Multiple Sclerosis charity ride participants did and what most bike commuters and weekend riders that I have observed do in Leesburg, Loudoun and Fairfax Counties. The “Idaho

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Bicyclist's death after car crash investigation by police reconstruction team concludes "significant glare from the rising sun" – no charges against the Defendant driver

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Yesterday’s note “Cyclists need legal protection” struck a note with me, as I had heard about the fatal car crash which left an experienced cyclist dead, while the motorist who struck him down did not even know what she had hit. The HamptonRoads and Pilot newspapers’ website describes some possible responses and solutions, since the

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