Nope. ...but I'm not riding in an urban area either. I live in what was farmland till a few years ago.Betcha run stop signs and red lights because it's "safer".
I will follow the law and wait 2 min or 2 cycles if a light won't turn tho.
I'll give you a for example of 'why a cyclist would ride in the road instead of on the 'bike path'' from my ride to work: There's *A* 'bike path' on the northbound side of the main road to work. It's mostly OK going to work. Cars are looking your way to make right turns. Tho leff turners are still a problem just like on a motorcycle. It's not optimal because people turning right are still likely to 'forget' they just passed a cyclist doing 20ish mph and will right hook you.
Coming home, I'm riding against traffic in that 'bike lane.' That gets even more interesting as people turning don't come close to seeing you. I've had a clear intersection and people have turned left only to see me halfway thru the intersection. Thankfully, no one's been in a collision as they're trying to beat the traffic coming at them, but it isn't safe no matter what you non-cyclists think.
I've taken to going the wrong way down a 1-lane road with a shoulder instead of crossing that intersection. It's actually safer.