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A State government in Australia has effectively banned road racing due to a broad interpretation of recently consolidated national motor traffic laws. See story

What are your feelings on this action? As a cyclist, are you prepared to race on public roads, even if those roads are still open to other road users?

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Q1: Do you currently race? If so, where?

Q2: Have you held a racing licence and competed in road events in NSW?

Q3: Have you held a racing licence and competed in road events in other states or countries?

Q4: As a racing cyclist, what are your feelings on accommodating other road users during a race? Please nominate what you believe is acceptable. In this question, the term "busy" road applies to road which is a major thoroughfare.

Rolling closures but with police supervision are OK on busy roads
All busy roads and highways must be closed to all other users while a race is in progress

Q5 Is police supervision necessary and road closures necessary for club-level races?

Not important if the roads have little traffic
All roads should be closed with police supervision regardless of traffic

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