/ Cyclist causing congestion and not paying road tx
Yes, it does put the ridiculousness of those statements across very well doesn't it!
Very good :-)
It must be holier-than-thou night. I missed the announcement.
That's filmed in Edinburgh. What he doesn't show is the hordes of anti-social cyclists bombing up and down the shared use paths just to left of this shot, scattering old ladies like nine pins.
Still: carry on with the self-congratulations.
Nice one :-)
> It must be holier-than-thou night. I missed the announcement.
Many drivers think they are faultless so it isn't really a shock that some cyclists take a similar position on the other side of the fence.
It's one of the big problems with the world that nobody wants to admit they are wrong.
Maybe because there aren't any hordes?
You mean the pedestrians going about their business without. If there were old ladies being scattered around like nine pins I didn't see them!
nice one ;-)
You people are prettily easily pleased, aren't you?
> You people are prettily easily pleased, aren't you?
Christ, that was a pretty unentertaining 2 minutes.
What exactly was the point??
There are always going to be terrible cyclists, much like there are terrible drivers. I had some cyclist swear loudly at me on my ride in to work the other day because I dared to stop at a redlight on my bike. He swerved and went straight over the road, narrowly missing more traffic.
On the reverse of this, I have to cross two busy lanes of traffic to get in to the right lane (third lane) on my route. It made my day last week when a bus saw no-one was letting me pull out, so he took up both lanes and flashed his lights at me to pull out!
Never mind, I'll write an invoice instead to satisfy my bloodlust.
I only ask because I find myself in this situation on my bike fairly often, and I usually hang back rather than proceed. My reasons being (a)that if the rule was interpreted against me then it would be an offence, and (b) it seems both polite and safer to wait for the situation to become clearer, rather than to plough on through.
I think I'd be pretty relaxed about rule 191 in that situation, as the cycle-lane lines continue up to the crossing, so there's no overtake occuring with respect to the car, just moving ahead in a separate lane.
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