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A recent transportation bill signed into Minnesota law legalizes what is know as the ‘Idaho Stop’.

The ‘Idaho Stop’ is a cyclist action of rolling through a stop sign when there is no traffic at an intersection. You may remember doing this as a kid while riding through a neighborhood with your friends or parents on a trip to the park.

Nick Miller, a board member of ‘We Bike Rochester’, says “I think it improves safety honestly for all users. On a bicycle probably the most difficult transition point is coming to a complete stop because unlike a car where you're pressing a pedal to generate your momentum the bicyclists themselves have to generate the force."


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