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My missus has bought me a road bike for Xmas and my mate has been taking the mick out of my gear :(

Why is he laughing at the helmet I use on my mtb?

Updated December 21, 2012 at 8:10 PM

'cause he's exceedingly dull, I would assume. tell him to go and masturbate or something.

Rule number 35


:lol:

I suspect I will be riding alone a great deal.

My helmet has a removable visor - dual purpose !

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It's not a Golf

Because roadies are cunts.

JL said...

Because roadies are cunts.

+1

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When I cycle out to the trails (over the suspension bridge, I <3 Bristol) every single MTBer says hello. The roadies just look offended if you try to be friendly.

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Yep.

JL said...

Because all cyclists are cunts.

true.

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cheers,

Harry

Too many old sheds.

edfiasco said...

When I cycle out to the trails (over the suspension bridge, I <3 Bristol) every single MTBer says hello. The roadies just look offended if you try to be friendly.

I've noticed this too. If you've got a puncture or another problem and are in the middle of dealing with it, proper bikers always stop and ask if you need a hand.

Updated December 26, 2012 at 1:33 PM

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Roadies are in too much of a rush to stop or be nice. They career past shouting "THIS ISSS STRRAAAAAA-VAAAAAAAAA".

Yep visors are a no no on the road :lol:

My S3 has a removable visor for the odd occasion I venture off road.

Also, I always get a cheery nod from other roadies around here, you get the odd ignorant one who is obviously trying to be KOM on a Strava stage or something but generally everyone says hello or nods.

My cycling mate (and boss) had just come off his bike when he hit a patch of sand on the corner just after a side-road crossing on one of the local cycle tracks. The lovely friendly roadies who went by a minute later all took time out of their day to shout at us for stopping in a stupid place.

Cunts.

They didn't even have the bottle to stand up for themselves when we had a word with them back at the carpark, fucking pricks.

JL said...

My cycling mate (and boss) had just come off his bike when he hit a patch of sand on the corner just after a side-road crossing on one of the local cycle tracks. The lovely friendly roadies who went by a minute later all took time out of their day to shout at us for stopping in a stupid place.

Cunts.

They didn't even have the bottle to stand up for themselves when we had a word with them back at the carpark, fucking pricks.

:lol:

this is very good for us.
We need to wear helmet on cycle.
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Whenever i am out on my mountain bike and come across any roadie on their own they always nod hello, however when they are in a group of three or more their competitiveness with each other probably gets the better of them and they barely acknowledge me as anything other than an obstacle in their way.

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