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There we have three solid federal Supreme Court decisions that set nationwide precedent that cannot be ignored.
Federal courts uphold the ability of States to regulate road traffic provided it is done so with equality, reasonableness and for public safety and doesn't violate any federal laws or rights.
I'm afraid the State and its courts dictate how things are viewed under its law.
An analysis of that period can be found in this publication: The Impact of the Sport of Bicycle Riding on Safety Law.
The States have all enacted traffic regulations, but do they violate federal law or the Constitution?