Why do bikers ALWAYS have to drive on the road?
Because it's the law and they are a motor vehicle. Where else would you like them to drive? :o)
That's where they are supposed to ride. It's a law.
Not always. In some places, bikers cycle where people are walking.
Because both motor bikes and pedal bikes are vehicles as defined by law in every state of the Union.
Because its a law, and the road is supposed to be where you ride cars, bikes, motorcycles, and others.
today bicycles and motorcycles are both tobe in the street,unless the bicycle rider is a child,and motorcycle rider is and adult in the street ,it is a motor vehicle
I see some riding on the sidewalk...
A bicycle is a vehicle on the road, which is a public thoroughfare and the bicycle has the same rights and responsibilities as a car on the road. As a licensed driver (I assume you are) you should know that.
Would you prefer to wait for them to cross the street with pedestrians?
Road is for driving. Sidewalk is for walking.
all motor vehicle's must ride on the road because it,s the law.
Well, do you expect them to fly?
motor bike and e legal on the sidewalk. and bikes can ride were ever they want