Comment 113181

By mdrejhon (registered) - website | Posted July 30, 2015 at 08:45:30 in reply to Comment 113179

I hereby prove you wrong.

YouTube Video proof, from my iPhone:

It's a very car-quiet moment and bike-quiet moment.

As I was riding a bike, I couldn't run longer than that, but I hereby rest my case. The platoons of cars were only 4-5 cars each during every green light cycle but there was 7-8+ bikes per platoon passing cycle (Approx 1 minute or so green light cycles). Granted it was a stadium event night -- and you had to be driving towards the stadium during a moment a stadium event was ending, but this is a genuine moment where total bikes passed exceeded cars passed when I was riding James-to-Sherman. But the fact that cars don't exceed bikes nonstop 24/7/365 -- and the ratio is gradually improving during non-car-peaks. In a couple or three years, we will no longer need stadium events to see Cannon bikes exceed cars, but there you go, buddy!

Buddy I own a car. When I drive, in the middle of a dense one-way platoon surge, I totally agree with you, but when you ride a bike the whole James-to-Sherman length in a direction opposing the end of a stadium event, you realize how empty the space between the car platoons are!!! This is where the slow turtle trickle of bikes sometime. exceeds as seen in this video proof!!! !!! !!! Full Stop.

Your turn!!!

Comment edited by mdrejhon on 2015-07-30 08:57:09

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