e-bikes and motorcycles are just souped up bicycles as far as I see it. If we can laneshare it's all good. The problem with cages is that they take the whole lane, so when you're in it they either ram you off the road, get up your ass and harass you, or try and pass no matter how bad or good the circumstances are (god forbid they slow their roll). If a motorcycle wants to get roadrash crashing at 80 mph he can go the fuck around me, two of us fit in the lane so it's all good. Whenever a cage tries to pass a cyclist it's a dangerous situation for both of us. There is no situation in which it's an ideal maneuver. At best it's a "probably won't cause a problem." >>1209769
Once we ban cages the city will naturally reorganize to efficiency with ped/bike/train only limits. every time a cage is driven it supports the destruction of the modern urban and demi-urban environment like one more drop in the bucket. Our cities are a toxic, hazardous wasteland because cages are allowed to continue existence. Rip the bandaid off, ban all cages, and admit that the last 50 years of infrastructure policy has been a huge mistake.
Instead of continuing to waste tillions of dollars on something that only causes harm, death, befouling of the air, division of the community, further reliance on the cage jew, and the murder of innocent people and animals, a tyranny in the streets.
BAN ASSAULT CAGES
NO ONE NEEDS SUCH A HIGH CAGE CAPACITY
current year etc. Just imagine the pure utopia of being able to go outside and walk around, the air is clean, and there's no immediate risk of death to you or anyone else. Imagine being able to get to work without stress and buy groceries without hauling them 10 miles on a beater with a gerryrigged milkcrate. Imagine all the wasted cage infrastructure and support network getting infilled. All those cage parks, repair garages, gas stations, car sales lots all infilled. All the cageways turned into bike paths or rail lines.