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Can bicyclists and in-line skaters travel side-by-side on the road?

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Can bicyclists and in-line skaters travel side-by-side on the road?

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Bicyclists or in-line skaters can travel side-by-side on the road, but must ride in single-file when other vehicles need to pass. If there is enough space, more than two bicyclists can travel side-by-side on a shoulder, lane or bicycle path that is for bicyclists and skaters. When bicyclists or in-line skaters overtake the other bikers and in-line skaters, they must ride in single-file.

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