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Bike riders, and motorists, running amok in Byron

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Where has Derek Wright been? I’ve visited Byron Bay four times in recent years and all I see are people on bikes doing whatever they please.

Riding on footpaths at speed, riding at night without lights, no helmets, wrong side of the road, no helmets – the list goes on.

Engage your police, they need to be pro active in keeping the town safe.

You live there, take a stand.

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  1. A lot of them are backpackers from Europe and elsewhere who think Byron is a playground. It should be the responsibility of backpacker hostels and accommodation, who hire their bikes to them, to provide helmets and instructions on road safety, You are right, pretty soon someone is going to get killed or seriously hurt

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