Here at CMG, we’ve found lanesplitting always raises interesting conversations, and we’re always happy to point out its advantages. Sadly, few other Canadian moto-writers are taking up this fight, so we’re happy to see this piece in The Globe & Mail.
Writer Jason Tchir says the British Columbia Coalition of Motorcyclists (BCCOM) is trying to make lanesplitting an election issue in BC, writing to candidates and asking their position on the practice.
Otherwise, Tchir simply lays out the viewpoints on the practice; head over there, check out the story, and leave your thoughts. If politicos won’t listen when motorcycle magazines praise the idea, maybe they’ll be more receptive when they see the comments section in one of Canada’s largest national newspapers.