Lovely morning for a ride in today - the sun was shining, a little crispness in the air, just perfect. But, I don't want to seem selfish, but it was slightly spoilt for me by the bloke who slipstreamed me for the best part of 5 miles, resolutely sticking to my back wheel, without once taking a turn at the front. That's just rude if you ask me. If I'm slipstreaming someone then I will take my turn at the front - hey, I watch the Tour de France, I know how this works. The only exceptions to this are when the person is one of you fast guys on road bikes in lots of lycra and you're going so fast I can't actually get past, not something today's bloke could claim - after a while of this I started getting slower and slower in an attempt to get them to pootle off ahead. So whats the etiquette for commuter slipstreaming?