Spotted this Missed Connection the other day. The text says:
"You're right. I was in the wrong, apparently "passing on the right" in a bike is illegal in Michigan. Sorry about that, I honestly thought it was ok, but I guess there has to be a bike lane."Honestly, I've been wondering about the whole "passing on the right" thing for a while. I've always just assumed that passing a long line of cars stopped at a red light was my privilege as a cyclist. Based on the above Missed Connections, it seems like this might only be legal if there is a bike lane. Does anyone know if this is true? Also, how do our sharrows factor into this? For the purpose of passing on the right, do they count as a bike lane?