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View Poll Results: Cobbled Classics Route Designation.
Ban riding on footpath to escape from cobbles is my option (the Zam_Olyas rule) 14 25.00%
Place the barriers on the footpath to force riders over the cobbles. 14 25.00%
No, riding on the footpaths should still be allowed. Eventhough its a cop out. 7 12.50%
I don't care, its been going on for years let it be. 23 41.07%
As long as they don't ride in the simulated tri positon I'm happy. 7 12.50%
If they're off the back who cares, conttenders ban um! 4 7.14%
Contenders should get a finish time deduction for riding the footpaths. 3 5.36%
As long as they don't use it to blatantly avoid of the cobbles, OK. 10 17.86%
Too scared to pick a side before knowing which side is cooler to be on. 8 14.29%
I hate polls/Undecicive/abstain from life in general. 3 5.36%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 56. You may not vote on this poll

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Dodging the cobbles should only be allowed in the simulated TT position.
But then the children might imitate it.
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