It depends on the dual carriageway as with everything. I cycle along a few urban ones, the sort of 30, 40 or 50 mph limit ones where traffic is actually only ever going 25 mph at most during rush hour. That seems safe enough but I wouldn't consider the A3 up to Petersfield that seems like suicide to me.Liamblink182 said:Whats everyones opinions on cycling on dual carriageways?
Im considering cycling to work more often but my route involves a few dual carriageways.
Would you personally cycle on a Dual Carriageway or do you think it is too dangerous?
+1automatic_jon said:It depends on the dual carriageway as with everything.
Would you cycle on 40mph limit ones then?iamanidiot said:If I was commuting, I would probably try to devise a route that avoids dual carriageways (though only if the limit is 70mph), but if there is no alternative route I would use it/them.
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