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Old 03-19-2017, 02:01 PM
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Here in bicycle Mecca, we have bike lanes galore and a law that states that drivers must give bicyclists 3 feet of room before drivers can pass. Unfortunately, bicyclists are still "ass wipes." We see packs of 20-50 of them and they feel they own the road. I'm also a runner and they're "ass wipes" to runners too. I'm very happy to let them know how I feel too.
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Many years ago and it was a silver '69 with a 400 small block that had been worked heavily. Lots of open 2 lanes without much traffic but you really had to watch out for the farm equipment that always seemed be just over the next rise.
Like responsible cyclists, farm equipment is just part of the road, and adds to the challenge, imo.

When I grew up as a farm kid, having a hot car come screaming by me would absolutely make my day.
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Here in bicycle Mecca, we have bike lanes galore and a law that states that drivers must give bicyclists 3 feet of room before drivers can pass. Unfortunately, bicyclists are still "ass wipes." We see packs of 20-50 of them and they feel they own the road. I'm also a runner and they're "ass wipes" to runners too. I'm very happy to let them know how I feel too.
I don't know how many times I had to "bite ditch" to keep from getting run down by cyclists, back when I used to run.

I have a friend who was hit by a dickweed cyclist riding illegally on a sidewalk, who now gets to spend her life in pain. Of course the cyclist "hit and ran". It's what they do.
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