Members of the Lahar Bicycle Club and Bonney Lake Bike Team climb out of the Auburn valley toward Edgewood on Aug. 26, 2011. We’re sure they were biking sober, but a state trooper tells traffic columnist Candice Ruud you could be cited for DUI if you operate your bike drunk or high.
Members of the Lahar Bicycle Club and Bonney Lake Bike Team climb out of the Auburn valley toward Edgewood on Aug. 26, 2011. We’re sure they were biking sober, but a state trooper tells traffic columnist Candice Ruud you could be cited for DUI if you operate your bike drunk or high. Peter Haley Staff file, 2011
Members of the Lahar Bicycle Club and Bonney Lake Bike Team climb out of the Auburn valley toward Edgewood on Aug. 26, 2011. We’re sure they were biking sober, but a state trooper tells traffic columnist Candice Ruud you could be cited for DUI if you operate your bike drunk or high. Peter Haley Staff file, 2011

Could you be cited for DUI if you ride your bike home after one too many?

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