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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-28-2005, 03:49 AM Thread Starter
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Can you ride on the Atlantic City Expressway & Garden State Parkway, NJ

I'm in PA and not familiar with the area and plan on going to the shore a few times

Everyone keeps saying they have signs on one of the two saying no motorcycles

But someone said it says no 50cc or less bikes

I can't imagine you can't take an R6 on one of those...

Someone's gotta know
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-28-2005, 09:36 AM
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That's incorrrect you can ride a motorcycle. You can't ride a moped or small scooter on any highway.
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That's incorrrect you can ride a motorcycle. You can't ride a moped or small scooter on any highway.
Thats what I thought but I just wanted to check because everyone was saying stuff...I wasn't in the mood to run away from cops on vacation..j/k
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You can ride a motorcycle, the sign is for bicycles.

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You can definately ride to the jersey shore...there are always a ton of bikes down there, i usually take my car though so i can put the cooler in the trunk
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sometimes during hazardous condition (snow storm, or really windy day) they will ban motorcycles from the parkaway. But it only happens like once or twice a year.
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