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My Guest Post for

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My friends Pete Eyre and Ademo Freeman from asked me to write a guest post for their site. The topic in question begged a response from myself – an avid, competitive cyclist and big time cheerleader of riding bikes. They asked me to write a little something on the growing amount of cyclist – cop incidents we’ve been seeing. Much of the rise in reports could be attributed to a growing popularity in riding a bike. Let’s be honest, can we get through an entire day now without seeing “be green” type advertisements and PSA’s? Additionally, we’ve got cameras on virtually everything we carry on our person nowadays. If a cop or aggressive driver starts harassing a bike rider, there’s bound to be someone in proximity to film it. Regardless of the reason, there’s no denying the rise in reported incidents involving bike riders and cops the past several years.

That being said, here is my guest post for titled, “Public Ownership Means Chaos.”


Written by jlongo12

April 14, 2011 at 8:22 am

Posted in cycling, libertarianism

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  1. Thanks again buddy, we really appreciate you sharing your knowledge with 🙂

    Ademo Freeman

    April 14, 2011 at 9:03 am

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