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Oil tankers and camel toes — 14 Comments

  1. Sounds fair enough to me. They do gear themselves up like tossers. When was the last time you heard a cyclist ring a bell?

    • All I usually hear from them is a few obscenities though a lot depends on how fast I'm going and whether I have the window open.  Heh!

  2. Over here, in Pennsylvania, they recently passed a law stating that a car must give a bicyclist a 4 foot wide right of way.  So when I encounter a gaggle of cyclists riding ON a road, as compared to the side of the road, I'm expected to move into the oncoming traffic lane to pass these assholes.  I use to love encountering a bunch of cyclists when I had my 1975 Chevy Caprice Classic convertible that needed a ring job.  I would pull in front of the gang of cyclists and floor it and leave them in a large cloud of oil and gas smoke.  Ahhh the good old days.

    • I used to have a car where if you pulled out the choke, it used to emit clouds of black smoke.  It looked like a destroyer trying to protect a convoy!.  Pity all chokes are done away with these days?

    • Your comment is a very neat example of why Europe is a better place than States: we are civilised here. You're about a century behind.

      • Careful, Jedrzej … Brianf is an expert shot with a rifle!  [Or any gun for that matter].

        • I'm not surprised. He can't bring it to civilised places though, can he? 

  3. Thanks Grandad!  That needed to be said!  I live next to a bike trail and I see these guys all the time!  I ride my bike everyday, but I wear comfortable clothing to do so!….No camel toes here!…haha!

    • Doubtless I'll touch on the subject again.  It's one of the tiny disadvantages of living in the country – the country roads seem to attract 'em like flies to shit.

  4. Personally I`m suspicious of men who shave their legs, who can travel right through France without once looking up, and who shove pills up their arses. 

    • And all for the sake of a yellow jersey?  I'm sure they could get a cheap yellow jersey in any second-hand shop?  A lot less bother.

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