A cyclist took to the podium during Tuesday’s Wichita City Council meeting to protest a city ordinance that requires headlights on bikes when they’re ridden at night. The council accepted a grant for a program to provide lights and reflectors to make cyclists more visible to motorists and bells to help cyclists warn pedestrians when they’re approaching them from behind.
A cyclist took to the podium during Tuesday’s Wichita City Council meeting to protest a city ordinance that requires headlights on bikes when they’re ridden at night. The council accepted a grant for a program to provide lights and reflectors to make cyclists more visible to motorists and bells to help cyclists warn pedestrians when they’re approaching them from behind. Fernando Salazar File photo
A cyclist took to the podium during Tuesday’s Wichita City Council meeting to protest a city ordinance that requires headlights on bikes when they’re ridden at night. The council accepted a grant for a program to provide lights and reflectors to make cyclists more visible to motorists and bells to help cyclists warn pedestrians when they’re approaching them from behind. Fernando Salazar File photo

Cyclist protesting bicycle headlight law calls City Council members ‘idiots’

August 04, 2015 04:10 PM