Discussion in 'Commuting and Utility Cycling' started by runner, 11 Jan 2017.
hard to get it exactly right in those few seconds potentially heading for disaster
I never had time to look Bimble..all over in the blink of an eye...
point take Colin but travelling back on the same route this afternoon there were no signs of potential slippery sections....However speed and not paying total attention prob had a lot to play in the incident....
indeed lucky escape...i'll go a little easier tomorrow
Are you saving your front brake for more urgent emergencies?
Now there's an honest and refreshing admission ...
I once led a forum ride down a short stretch of grassy path to a bridge over the river Wharfe. I was too busy nattering to other riders to notice that my front wheel was in a patch of mud when I braked. So, as I was picking myself up from the ground, I ...
HOW DARE YOU!!!!! Go sit in the corner, never (repeat) never on this forum accept that you may have done something wrong, always defend to the hilt that every cyclist is perfect in everything they do whilst riding their bike, you should hang your head in shame admitting you may have been a contributing factor.
I have had a few moments like that when im sure that its only skills i learned on my Raleigh Striker that subconsciously come to the surface that save me.
And sometimes they dont.
no time to show fear...as it's all over in the blink of an eye!
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