Lady next to me was looking at me... then she does this
bundle-up-shiveriing motion. LOL.
No, it's above freezing, not cold at all. What are you talking about?
See the jacket and helmet? The red indicator for my heated grips? I'm
probably warmer right now than you are in your cage.
IG, you expected anything else?
And Bart, yup, that too! :-)
Dec 15 2011 11:45am from IGnatius T Foobar @uncnsrdIf I knew when some douchenozzle in a cage was going to "not see me" and
You have a helmet cam running on every ride?
do something dumb, i'd just avoid the incident altogether.
So yes... same reason I wear a helmet every time I ride... I don't plan
on using it every time I ride.
Most of the files end up in the trash. But every now and then there's
something good like that.
starts in NY ;-)
cycling cities navigation.
this one a lot more fun to watch:
/me would be afraid to cycle with such lousy brakes.
the man who lived on his bike.
Canada all year round.
cycled 200 km (~175 miles?) through the netherlands last saturday.
picture from the start.
well, yes it was dark.
and, I must admit, some problems were there, with the eyes and tears and the glasses...
but all in all it was a successfull ride.
also pretty qute:
HPVs. they were back in time when it still was daytime ;-)
24 degrees celsius right now.
my way to work now looks like that:
in a bigger context:
so the road is closed... *gna*
one can circumvent the barricades with the bike... but most probably its going to become a big construction site the next half year, and I'll have to find another way there :(
(biking to work would be sooooo cool)
yea... or maybe add some dragon wings and just fly over it, since its a downhill track..
the other alternative is using the cyclocross bike:
and riding through the woods.
(the cracks are on the Overather strasse north of the highway #4)