Discussion in 'Commuting' started by User, 23 Jan 2008.
It depends on what is on your iPod at the time.
Should have shouted a loud "Oi"!!!
Had two kn*b jockies this morning on bikes.
Me waiting behind a bus - narrow lanes, cyclist then nips down the 12" on the inside of the bus (what if it had moved)...he's sat at the lights as I pull up.
Some time later, I pull up behind a cyclist at a set of lights, we pull away, I pass and say good morning. Next set I stop, then off again then stop at next set. Said cyclist now jumps queue and cycles right into the middle of the junction - no cars crossing fortunately.
Why do these idiots do it.
Try not to let it get to you. You might not be present to see it when it happens, but one or more of them will probably come unstuck one day.
You mean the Emergency services will have to 'unstick' them from the front of a car.
Don't worry. Carry on holding the moral high ground and hopefully other cyclists and/or motorists won't tar us all with the same brush.
I stop for everything but rlj done by cyclists is invariably safe by the nature of the junctions and it saves shags of time
unfortunate but true, lets not pretend otherwise
Not in my experience it isn't...and that's the whole trouble with motorists.
Prepared to take risks to save two minutes.
There is something particilarly shameful about going through a red light that other cyclists are waiting at. Whats going through their mind when they do that?
Last time some did that to me, I gave them a b0ll0cking as I passed him and explained that we aren't going to get respect from other road users until we all follow the rules. He did RLJ me again...
Most likely the same arrogant inflated dreams of self importance that RLJ-ing car drivers have.
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