A motorcyclist splits lanes during the afternoon commute on southbound Highway 99 in Sacramento last year. A study has found motorcyclists who adhere to the speed limit and the speed of surrounding traffic are not in greater danger while lane-splitting.
A motorcyclist splits lanes during the afternoon commute on southbound Highway 99 in Sacramento last year. A study has found motorcyclists who adhere to the speed limit and the speed of surrounding traffic are not in greater danger while lane-splitting. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file
A motorcyclist splits lanes during the afternoon commute on southbound Highway 99 in Sacramento last year. A study has found motorcyclists who adhere to the speed limit and the speed of surrounding traffic are not in greater danger while lane-splitting. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file

Motorcycle lane-splitting study finds: the more speed, the more danger

October 21, 2014 1:09 PM

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