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Old 06-16-2012, 04:15 PM
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Please don't run over any bicyclists....that roadkill could be me. Thanks. Your friendly neighborhood, likes to ride single file in traffic, chick in a bike skirt.

And Chad...so sorry about your dog. I understand the attachment to our furry better halves and I'll be hoping that he's okay.

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I've driven that road so many times I've lost count. Start at Calaveras in Sunol down to Sierra. Great drive if you don't run over any bicyclists.

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Please don't run over any bicyclists....that roadkill could be me. .
Are you one of those bicyclist that I just want to hit because there no need for you to bike in the middle of the road. There are sidewalks or stay off to the side you are not a car.
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Old 06-16-2012, 08:42 PM
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Just as there are inconsiderate motorcyclists who weave in and out of busy highway traffic without their turn signals @ 100mph, automobile drivers who pass with little or no berth or zip thru red lights, there are inconsiderate cyclists who hog the road when there is traffic. And those folks give cyclists overall a bad name, just the same as the other examples noted above.

Sidewalks are not for cyclists, but were designed for and used by pedestrians. Walkers (whose average speed is 2 to 3 mph) would not like me zipping alongside them on my bike at 16-20 miles per hour....just like we cyclists don't like cars zipping by us @ 50 to 80 mph. When I'm training, I am on the road for 15 to 25 hours a week..and most cyclists take advantage of the fact that in the US, bikes are legal vehicles whose lawful place is on the road. Most cyclists I know prefer untravelled roads precisely so that we don't have to worry about being clipped by passing cars and so that cars don't have to worry about them seeing us (because sometimes it is hard to see a cyclist at the crest of a hill or on a curve....and cyclist worth his salt should know that and proactively ride accordingly).

But those same roads are often favored by cars too...particularly if they are nice and bendy (which, as a BMW driver, I can appreciate) and/or if they cut a few precious minutes off of a trip. And sometimes cyclists ride in packs specifically because they feel safer....and because a driver is more likely to see a group of 3 to 10 riders than one single rider. Both of which equate to a potentially hazardous combination.

But I would hope that all vehicles would give each other appropriate courtesy and right of way when interacting. It shouldn't be an either-or situation, whether you are the driver of a car, motorcycle or a bike...it should be how do we share a limited space for the safety of all who are involved. Because, trust me, if you don't, you may lose a family member in an automobile collision....like I did when I lost my 19 year old brother (I was 15). And I would never wish that upon anyone.

I'm no saint or grandma behind the wheel. I'm looking to get into track racing, I've fiddled with 100+ mph on deserted highways in the Midwest, and I've done my share of twisties at fast speed in the backwoods of New England and California. To me, particularly in a heavily populated area like greater Boston, sharing a busy road is a common courtesy thing...just like saying hello to the person behind the cash register. And in this day and age, we could all be a bit more considerate, IMHO.

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Please don't run over any bicyclists....that roadkill could be me. Thanks. Your friendly neighborhood, likes to ride single file in traffic, chick in a bike skirt.

And Chad...so sorry about your dog. I understand the attachment to our furry better halves and I'll be hoping that he's okay.
Thanks Jen, but he has been gone for many years, it's Ryan with the current troubles.

As for the biking, perhaps they're better where you live, but here the bikers are just disgustingly inconsiderate. Not just a few, but a significant portion. You have no idea how many times I've come around a blind corner (even when I'm actually following the speed limit ) to find a bicyclist smack in the middle of the lane going up a hill at 7 MPH. It's dangerous and inconsiderate, and if a car was going 7 it would be a ticketable offense. Even worse is groups of riders that think it's their right to ride 3 and 4 wide on a vehicle road posted 35.

Sorry Jen, it's not directed at you if you're a considerate rider, but the ones here are absurd.



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Thanks Jen, but he has been gone for many years, it's Ryan with the current troubles.

As for the biking, perhaps they're better where you live, but here the bikers are just disgustingly inconsiderate. Not just a few, but a significant portion. You have no idea how many times I've come around a blind corner (even when I'm actually following the speed limit ) to find a bicyclist smack in the middle of the lane going up a hill at 7 MPH. It's dangerous and inconsiderate, and if a car was going 7 it would be a ticketable offense. Even worse is groups of riders that think it's their right to ride 3 and 4 wide on a vehicle road posted 35.

Sorry Jen, it's not directed at you if you're a considerate rider, but the ones here are absurd.



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It was in WV, summit point race track.



Just got back from it, me and 3 buddies rode in my car. It was a ton of fun and I will be doing a track day VERY soon!


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Chad...my apologies on behalf of those inconsiderate riders. Riders often ride in a loose group because riding in a single file 'line' (being inches off someone's rear wheel), particularly with unfamiliar riders, can result in the bicycle version of a fender bender. If cyclists are in a loose pack, it's cycling courtesy (and guidance taught by safety minded clubs) that when a member of the cycling group hears a car, they are supposed to yell 'car back' which is the signal to get in a single file line asap. It pisses me off to no end when riders don't do that. I even get pissed at members of my own club who don't say 'on your left' when passing other cyclists....which happened to me yesterday.

And folks who are riding 7 mph in the center of the road are just clueless...and probably too tired and/or unlearned to be on the road. Cyclists should know that not being aware and sharing a road two ton vehicles is a recipe for disaster. Driving defensively is not just for cars anymore

Ryan....I'm passing along good vibes for your dog. Keep us posted.


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Thanks Jen, but he has been gone for many years, it's Ryan with the current troubles.

As for the biking, perhaps they're better where you live, but here the bikers are just disgustingly inconsiderate. Not just a few, but a significant portion. You have no idea how many times I've come around a blind corner (even when I'm actually following the speed limit ) to find a bicyclist smack in the middle of the lane going up a hill at 7 MPH. It's dangerous and inconsiderate, and if a car was going 7 it would be a ticketable offense. Even worse is groups of riders that think it's their right to ride 3 and 4 wide on a vehicle road posted 35.

Sorry Jen, it's not directed at you if you're a considerate rider, but the ones here are absurd.



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Here in good ole FLA bicycles by statute are considered motor vehicles and if you're an adult riding on the sidewalk you stand a 50/50 chance of getting ticketed if the cop feels like it. A colleague of mine got himself arrested last year because he got too aggressive with the cop that gave him the riding on the sidewalk ticket instead of just signing for it and taking it up in court. His attorney got the assault on an officer charge thrown out, but it cost him some $$$ to get there.
I agree with Jen on the cyclists that don't follow the rules giving the rest of us a bad name. I've ridden with a group in the past that has a good way of ensuring you follow the rules. If you didn't conform someone would ride up along side you and give you a crack on the thigh or the shin with their air pump. Doesn't take too many of those to get squared away!
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Went to the local car meet yesterday. It's pretty Porsche dominated, but sometimes there are some notables. Here's a sample.....

RX-7 with LS1
Chevy Impala with 572 big block and narrowed rear end
Lotus Esprit
'67 Chevy 396 big block - Just finished a complete, body off restoration
Nice clean Nissan 240 - Just finished a body off restoration and build up. Was a father/son project that they just finished in time for a Father's day "show off".
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Went to the local car meet yesterday. It's pretty Porsche dominated, but sometimes there are some notables. Here's a sample.....

RX-7 with LS1
Chevy Impala with 572 big block and narrowed rear end
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'67 Chevy 396 big block - Just finished a complete, body off restoration
Nice clean Nissan 240 - Just finished a body off restoration and build up. Was a father/son project that they just finished in time for a Father's day "show off".
I would give various body parts for that Chevelle. My brother had one about 20 years ago and sold it without even offering it to me (and I had painted and maintained it for him for years. )

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Happy fathers day guys! Brad, chad, ken, and who else am I missing?.....
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Thanks Jen I don't think most of us have a problem with cyclists that are courteous, but when you hear people complain about cyclists its probably because they've encountered a few too many that behave like I described.

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Same here! I think back on all the great cars I or my friends had and what we did with them and I could cry.

Same guy with the Chevelle also has a '56 Corvette that he did a complete restoration on. Both cars are like they just rolled off the show room floor. He's going to have to sell one of the cars to get some $$ for his next project (he wouldn't tell us what it is yet) and it will most likely be the Chevelle unless he get's an offer he can't refuse for the 'Vette.
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Was there a guy named Jim Flynn there? He lives in Orlando, his wife is the school board chairperson there. He's a friend of mine, has a huge collection of cars, and many more in process of being restored. I spent a couple days at his shop and was amazed. Here's a link to his website:

http://www.itsahoothotrods.com/hotrod.asp

I've posted it before, but it's worth a look if you haven't seen it before. His nickname is "Hoot", so his shop is called "It's a Hoot".
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