worldwidewille wrote:so it's considered cheating? I'm british dude, if we see a queue we stand at the back to find out what we are queueing for.
not sure about nevada, but in california, parks,venues,etc usually adopt public vehicle codes (mainly so time isn't wasted on writing and getting special policies) if that's the case, splitting lanes is legal. So I should be okay there. Thanks for your point of view. Maybe i shouldn't do it. I dont want to piss people off. I personally dont think it's a big deal.
gyre wrote:It's a queue, not traffic.
I don't know what the blm would do, probably unpleasant.
If I was working gate, I would leave you in D until you started crying.
Savannah wrote:It sounds freaky & wrong, so you need to do it.
FIGJAM wrote:You have a 90% chance of hitting a door!!!
People riding bicycles to will call do this alot.
This is not your typical line.
People are getting in and out of their vehicles constantly to visit, dance, get drinks. It is not safe to do this!
The Bee wrote:Come on people, lighten up. I'm surprised at the animosity of the responses. The guy is not going to be flying by you at 60mph popping wheelies and throwing rooster tails...
I ride a motorcycle in the default world. If I was in my van waiting for the gate and I saw you ride by, splitting lanes, I'd give you a big thumbs up! If you were to stop, I'd offer you a cool glass of water, and then wish you well on your way to the front of the line.
But do be aware of the fact that people routinely get out of their cars while in line. Doors open. People run across lanes. People dance and play with hoola hoops in the lanes. If you decide to lane split, do it very slowly, and stop often to party with the other people in line. I'd recommend an open-face helmet because it's cooler, and you can chat with people.
graidawg wrote: I'm british dude, if we see a queue we stand at the back to find out what we are queueing for.
Igneouss wrote:Get in line like everyone else. If being out in the elements is too much for you, then bring a car or stay home.
worldwidewille wrote:Pending my friends having room to haul my equipment, I am considering riding my motorcycle in.
My question is, is it bad form to split lanes heading in and arriving at the front of the line?
I was trying to put the shoe on the other foot, so to speak and I wouldn't mind it at all respecting the gusto to ride in. Maybe im just bias.
Anyways, your opinion.
Looking forward to bringing the love!
jobi wrote:Not cheating. A friend of mine rides his bike in most years. The first year he waited in line for several hours until he was really struggling and had seen other bikes splitting lanes. He has said that gate considers that fine (or "not cheating" in this discussion"). I' m not a biker myself so can only go on what I've heard but he says he feels it is dangerous going a 1mph for hours with an overloaded bike and also has a major concern of running out of fuel with so long an idle.
Opinions will very here, but if I've been waiting in my car for hours and you ride past me, I'm totally cool with it.
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