oh, Patty, you sure can get away with anything on Charlie Brown
So how come my mother always made me take my brothers for rides on my bicycle?
“Against the law for two to ride a bike at once?” That’s a curious statement!
In some states, this is not true. In other states, the law is quite complex. For instance, in Oregon, there’s a state law that prohibits “unlawful passengers on a bicycle.” But Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 814.460 states: “A person commits the offense of unlawful passengers on a bicycle if the person operates a bicycle and carries more persons on the bicycle than the number for which it is designed or safely equipped.” It then becomes a questino of whether or not a bike is designed or safely equipped to carry two passengers — and it turns out, the Oregon Supreme Court has stated that you can look at advertising from the bike manufacturer to determine whether or not the bike is designed to carry more than one person. So, if you can find a bike ad that shows someone carrying another person on the handle bars, it might be legal in Oregon if you own that brand of bicycle!
On the other hand, if you’re in Barcelona…well, there’s this: http://www.copenhagencyclechic.com/2010/04/barcelona-bicycle-passengers.html
“…citizens are hopping onto bicycles and using them like bicycles were intended for…Either by yourself, riding with a friend or two or three or, as this post attests, letting the wheels carry you and someone you know and quite possibly love on your way from A to B.”
So some people think bikes were intended to carry passengers!
Strange scenery disconnect between frame one ( indoors?) vs. the other three frames
It’s good for boys. early on, to get used to women taking their stuff.