“What is striking about biking is not that it solves any particular problem but, instead, that it is part of the solution to several.” —

J. Harry Wray

Thursday, 7 October 2010

A Good Response to the Usual Selection of Prejudices

Most of us who ride bikes on the road have experienced verbal and sometimes physical abuse from a certain type of knucklehead who thinks that he or she has more "right" to the road just because they haul their sorry lardy arses around in a tonne and a half tin box. "Cycling Lawyer", as one should expect from a person in his profession, presents an excellent rebuff to the more common prejudices.

Read and inwardly digest, as one of my school teachers used to say:
A Response to 'Phatboy'. At least we can have a reasonable guess as to 'Phatboy's' physique. And why.

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