So immature

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Chuffy, 2 Oct 2007.

  1. Chuffy

    Chuffy Veteran

    If you were in the club run on the A379 though Starcross this evening then I'm very, very sorry for my utterly childish behaviour. :biggrin:
    Blasting past the peloton and shouting 'GOTCHA!' as I belted off the front was silly and juvenile of me. ;)
    If it gives you any pleasure, catching you (on my 46x18 singlespeed) ripped my legs to shreds and I died of cramp about 200 yards further up the road. :smile:
    Your tact and discretion in turning off before you caught me does you great credit. :laugh:
    I won't do it again. ;)

  2. Jaded

    Jaded New Member

  3. bonj2

    bonj2 Guest

    Yes that is indeed very immature. You should be ashamed of yourself.
  4. Very immature Chuffy.

    Hands up those of us who wouldn't have done the same.;)
  5. Noodley

    Noodley Guest

    I wouldn't have got anywhere near them, so I'll out my hand up ;)

    Although on the immature vein: I enjoy cycling in the dark on country roads and when a car passes me I flick my index finger across the beam of my headlight so it looks like a giant finger flicking the car along the road. Sorry, but it keeps me amused.
  6. Joe

    Joe Über Member

    That's just sent me in to a bit of a giggling fit! I am so trying it next time I'm out in the dark:biggrin:
  7. Panter

    Panter Just call me Chris...

    Aiiii, me too ;)
  8. asterix

    asterix Comrade Member

    Limoges or York
    Yes but what if you get it wrong and flick it off the road:evil:;)
  9. Panter

    Panter Just call me Chris...

    And the problem with that would be....................?

  10. Noodley

    Noodley Guest

    Don't be stupid. You have to poke the car as it passes for it to go off the road. A slightly less strenuous poke results in dented side panels.

    If you can ride with no hands you can crush a car from both sides using your index fingers.
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