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France looks to improve riders' plight...

Discussion in 'Politics, Laws, Government & Insurance' started by dan, Mar 1, 2006.

  1. Very interesting... especially point 3...

  2. French Angry Biker Association? :shock:

    I wonder if you have to scream and shout before they'll let you join? :LOL:
  3. its all good news, but nobody ever pays attention to the french :? cheese eating surrender monkeys that they are :p
  4. FABA I thought that was an ABBA cover band??

    Great stuff maybe protests work :?:
  5. A like the inclusion of a motorcycle awareness module in getting a drivers licence - something they could (and should) introduce here.
  6. careful Coconuts there is a Frenchman on this forum. :twisted:
  7. When asked if they had any racing circuits, the French replied:

    "We hava one. It's a very niice-ah".
  8. Uh, tuna, your bad french accent sounds way too much like a bad italian accent.
  9. I am surprised about this. After travelling in France I would have to say they are one of the most Motorbike aware countries that I have been in. During peak hour traffic jams on the Ru de Peripherique (paris ring road) everybody moves over to create a wide space for motorbikes to get through. I got quite a few angry reactions from riders when I was driving in the middle of my lane