He seemed quite pleased with it 14 hours ago. The whole blog seems to have gone now, not just one post. What did it say?Oh, gone! I commented beneath and pointed out he was talking nonsense (he claimed bikes with SPD pedals aren't suitable for roads) and he's pulled the blog post. Ah well.
And yet he "seeks a career as a motoring journalist." He's going to have to grow some thicker skin ....I spotted it on Twitter, he had contacted Top Gear and James May and said "hey guys, check out my blog!"
In it, the gentleman contended that cyclists who are clipped in can only use their bikes in velodromes because the bikes are so fragile, he claimed his friend in a motor home killed a cyclist (that never happened) and that he didn't like looking at mens' bums. It was drivel, basically. I told him as much, he argued back then pulled the plug.
Of course it is. I think it's interesting that he's desperate for the attention of May and Clarkson and tries to outdo them in crass, uninformed ignorance. Claiming that bikes with SPDs aren't suitable for roads is like saying cars with a cigar lighter aren't suitable for motorways.Better just to ignore him - it's just attention seeking.
And for a wannabe journalist, he needs to work on his writing skills as well!
Yep. He's busy deleting anyone who points out he knows nothing about bikes or road safety.There's a post here, is this the one? http://petrolheadperfection.blogspo...ist-i-thought-you-were-just.html?spref=fb&m=1
He got in quite early with 'road tax'.