What’s wrong with this logic?
(I’m paraphrasing: )
The streets are narrow in this town, but there is enough room for cars, buses and trucks.
But the streets are narrow in this town, so there is no room for bicycles.
I know a non sequitur when I see one. Here’s another.
The streets are narrow in this town, so people must walk their bicycles.
Even though this doubles their width.
Put it down to sloppy thinking if you like. Personally I’m increasingly regarding actions like this as a form of discrimination. No-one would ever say there’s no room for pedestrians.
So here’s the discussion question of the day:
Why are so many people openly and/or subconsciously prejudiced against people on bicycles?