[Vision2020] the navigability of bikes?

Ben Twigg bentwigg@yahoo.com
Wed, 10 Sep 2003 19:55:00 -0700 (PDT)


Can the word navigable be applied to bikes? Earlier
today I claimed that bikes are more navigable than
cars; I have since been wondering if that statement
made sense. Webster says that navigable can mean
"capable of being steered," which bikes technically
are, but I can't recall seeing or hearing of anything
except rivers, roads, and the like being navigable. In
any case, I meant to argue that bikes can be
maneuvered better/easier than cars. Maybe one of the
English professors (or just someone smarter than me)
out there can enlighten me...

Ben Twigg

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