Ever sit at a stoplight that cycles without giving you a green? It’s common for motorcycle riders. The stoplight sensors don’t “see” them. A law coming soon to Kentucky could help them get moving again. Starting July 15, motorcyclists will be able to cross an intersection on red, as long as they come to a complete stop and remain there for at least 120 seconds or two lighting cycles. The Kentucky Motorcycle Association says the law is important because it protects bikers, who can be struck, waiting for a light to change, and that some stop lights can’t easily detect lightweight vehicles like motorcycles. Kentucky is the 15th state to implement a “red light law.” Illinois and Indiana already have their own versions of the law.