My commute, Woking to Chertsey

Discussion in 'Bikes and Buying Advice - What Bike?' started by johnsienk, 20 Aug 2007.

  1. johnsienk

    johnsienk New Member

    Part 1: Starts out normally...

    Part 2: but..."The Chase" (shows a "race" with a fellow cyclist)

    Part 3: "The Chase" (finale of the race, unexpected twist!)
  2. OP

    johnsienk New Member

    btw. the whole "race" should be taken lightly, I was just having fun (hence the stupid comments I made in the video :-) )
  3. yenrod

    yenrod Guest

    The reason he got past you is because you made the pace on the gradients...well thats what I reckon anyway !
  4. Arch

    Arch Married to Night Train

    Salford, UK
    Disgraceful behaviour...

    Nice one.:blush: Even I get that red mist sometimes - but I never catch them up!

    I was thinking that cycle path in part two was ok, right up to the point where it narrowed, just as the lorry came by. I flinched!
  5. simon_adams_uk

    simon_adams_uk Über Member

    SW London
    The cycle lanes there are pants. I stick to the main A320 and occupy my space a good distance out from the kerb. Much rather do that than faff around on the narrow pavement - that and I like to average a good 20/21mph on that stretch on the way home!

  6. LOGAN 5

    LOGAN 5 New Member

    Do you ride that commute in the dark? Didn't see much lighting especially through the wooded parts. Scary narrow cycle lane when the lorry passed you, yuk. At least your area seems to have cycle lanes that actually go somewhere and appear to be linked up. He probably let you pass so that you'd ride harder giving him the opportunity to choose when to speed past....Good point to let you go past just at the bottom on a climb just to see how you manage it....
  7. magnatom

    magnatom Guest

    Go on admit it. You faked the twist at the end. In reality he sped off into the distance never to be seen again :blush:
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