#Bridgeport Ct–Another week for Bridgeport Police with dirt bikes and quads running illegally through city streets causing hazards for drivers and pedestrians.  Bridgeport is the park city, should the city create a park for riding?  Would it alleviate the situation?

By Stephen Krauchick

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2 thoughts on “Dirt bike and quad park?”
  1. yes but dirtbikers that ride is actually good because its stoping the violence we havent really had any killings because people are ocupying thereselve an not geting into gangs i met a rider that told me help stop the violence let the bikes talk

  2. Yes and danny comment is 100% true , police dont like us riding on streets but would u rather us do violence or ride, , wheir not hurtin anyone nor causing trouble!! Now a park will be good but not all of us like to ride dirt , we like straight-a-ways , like to do wheelies , indos but a park would b a good look as long as its free, I mean why pay if we can ride streets for free ……#bikelife

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