From Dianna. who’s a Seaside Regular:
This is an especially scary time of the year to ride on the seawall. People have a few months of riding, have grown stronger and more confident, and now their enthusiasm and strength outweigh their skill. People ride faster but aren’t aware of increased pedestrian traffic, never mind other cyclists.
I’m happy to see other happy riders, but please pay attention to what you’re doing. Heads up, friends!
Not a new problem. Here’s a CBC report from 2014:
Cyclists have to take care for each other, because there’s not much evidence that the Park Board does.