Best "Cyclist Dismount" sign ever!

Discussion in 'Commuting' started by spindrift, 16 May 2008.

  1. spindrift

    spindrift New Member

  2. CotterPin

    CotterPin Senior Member

    Well - I guess that is the only time it is good advice. You don't really want to be tangled up with your bicycle as you hurl yourself into the water.
  3. OP

    spindrift New Member

    Is that what they mean?

    "You can jump off into the river here, but no bikes please"
  4. ufkacbln

    ufkacbln Guest

    Actually not that unreasonable!

    Taxi in river

    Mercedes in river

    ... and again!

    Perhaps they though that cyclists are as thick as some drivers!
  5. fossyant

    fossyant Ride It Like You Stole It!

    South Manchester
    Deep water as well, so you shouldn't land on any bikes in there !!!
  6. Speaking as someone who's ridden a bike into a swimming pool a number of times, I can only say it doesn't hurt that much.
  7. Arch

    Arch Married to Night Train

    Salford, UK
    I guess if you rode full tilt into those railings, you would dismount, fairly quickly, forwards...

    So perhaps it isn't an instruction, but an advertisment to alert spectators to a possible future exciting event....
  8. ufkacbln

    ufkacbln Guest

    Are you suggesting the "Pedalmouse" and it's ilk will be appearing?


    Is there somethingyou are not telling us about CycleMagic?
  9. Arch

    Arch Married to Night Train

    Salford, UK
    Oh, I miss my Ratty. I mean, she's being looked after for me OK, well, I assume so, unless Roger's sold her into slavery...


    This one always makes me think of heading off to explore the world...


    Although, as she's not seagoing, I wouldn't get that far...
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