Road closures scheduled for Napa Valley Marathon Sunday

2013-03-02T20:09:00Z 2013-03-02T22:49:35Z Road closures scheduled for Napa Valley Marathon SundayStaff report Napa Valley Register
March 02, 2013 8:09 pm  • 

Motorists can expect detours on Silverado Trail and on several north Napa streets on Sunday because of the Kaiser Permanente Napa Valley Marathon.

For the safety of the runners, the following road closures are scheduled:

• Silverado Trail from Calistoga to Dunaweal Lane: 5:30-8 a.m.

• Silverado Trail from Dunaweal Lane to Deer Park Road: 6-9 a.m.

• Silverado Trail from Deer Park Road to Highway 128: 7-10 a.m.

• Silverado Trail from Highway 128 to Yountville Crossroads: 8-11 a.m.

• Silverado Trail from Yountville Crossroads to Oak Knoll Avenue: 8:15-11:45 a.m.

Portions of Oak Knoll Avenue, Big Ranch Road and El Centro Avenue in Napa will also be closed from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

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  1. Reg
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    Reg - March 03, 2013 12:44 am
    CHP will be out in force to assist in traffic control for this event. Too bad the CHP can't muster the courage to cite illegally loud motorcycles that roam the Napa Valley. I wonder sometimes if the CHP are frightened of the guys on these bikes or if the officers are friends of the bikers. Makes no sense how there can be so many officers parked and just hanging out during a bicycle event, yet they will claim they are too busy to ever write tickets for illegally loud pipes on motorcycles.

    I used to have respect for CHP officers, but seeing how the bikers with loud pipes are not cited, I can't help but think that they have lost a lot of professional pride and don't take their job very seriously.
  2. LocalYocal
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    LocalYocal - March 03, 2013 7:35 am
    And just how did you determine these bikes have illegally loud exhaust? Do you have a Db meter on you at all times? Just because you don't like motorcycles nobody else should be able to ride? Seems fair.
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    BRGMGB - March 03, 2013 12:37 pm
    I agree that that the noise from illegal bikes negatively impacts what is otherwise a beautiful area. The bikes can be cited without a decibel meter based on California Vehicle Code 27150. When the bikers are allowed to ride without obeying the law, it sends a message that lawlessness is acceptable. This empowers riders of bikes with illegal exhaust systems to ride aggressively and to go back and forth in the towns just to make a lot of noise.

    It is interesting to compare the physique of the typical bicycle rider that rides in the marathon with the typical rider of a Harley. Too bad more people don't ride bicycles and stay trim and healthy.
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