Thanks for your patronising, insulting instructions.
What advice do you have for car drivers descending this dangerous ramp?
Seriously, WTF? If there are dangers in descending a ramp (duh, like there are no dangers on ROADS) then why are the dangers supposedly confined to cyclists?
This is offensive.
In that case, may I suggest a new sign: "Don't do anything that directly or indirectly results in injury or loss to you or others"
If you can drive down there, you can ride down there. This sign is advisory only and doesn't have legal status.
My work also has signs asking cyclists to walk the ramp, they also have 5 km/h signage which is ignored by most car drivers, the worst offender being the managing agents!!
Because car drivers can not be expected to drive safely.
And architects cant make ramps that are safe.
If it is dangerous for bikes it must be dangerous for cars.
Perhaps the car-park should be closed to cars for safety reasons?
Goes to show that sometimes the original reason for things gets lost in the annals of time and sometimes the reason was always stupid but no one really cared enough to do anything about it. Also goes to show that asking for something to change is better than just whinging about it.
I'll bet it's Knight Frank at work again - probably the same genius who ordered the sign erected at my workplace.
Most likely is Knight Frank, the entry into Westpac House via Hall Ct just off Waymouth Street. It is more hazardous to walk down in cleats.. silly.