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Toronto Bike Meetup Message Board › "Idaho Stops" Explained

"Idaho Stops" Explained

Joey S.
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Toronto, ON
Post #: 1
A few you of you were asking me what an "Idaho Stop" was. It is a rolling stop or yield that cyclists perform at stop signs if the intersection is clear. Some parts of the Sherbourne Bike Track in Toronto, allow a form of Idaho Stop at intersections where cyclists wish to make a right hand turn. This video explains it very well.

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