So at what age would you consider it safe for a child to navigate the more dangerous roads?No, I'm not.
Central Macroom is not the same as the Bow Roundabout.
Nor is the A329 through Earley or the Gosbrook Rd in Caversham...
Still waiting for you to answer. I won't hold my breathBTW Liam
Would you think that your parents allowing you to drive a Lamborghini when you were 12 was recklessly endangering your life? Interesting.
So at what age would you consider it safe for a child to navigate the more dangerous roads?
Still waiting for you to answer. I won't hold my breath
Define what you mean by dangerous.
If youre referring to, for example, the A4074, from Reading to Oxford, I would say there is probably no age at which the bit by St Peters Avenue is safe to cycle.
So you accept that there are roads that shouldn't be cycled? That's a start.
So should there be a fine for cyclists who cycle on the road where a concurrent cycle route exists? Considering those lanes have been put their for a reason.