How not to behave as a cyclist..

vfr400

Esteemed Pedelecer
Jun 12, 2011
2,133
541
Basildon
Oh dear! I could sort of understand it if it was the pedestrian jumping the light and the cyclist was put in real danger to cause red mist, but it makes absolutely no sense to do that when you're completely in the wrong yourself. I hope they find him.

A good place to search for an arrogant psychopath like that is in the houses of parliament. He's probably out on his lunch break.
 

Rustienuts

Finding my (electric) wheels
Nov 27, 2013
6
4
Now to do with bike riding in my mind. He's just a totally nasty piece of work who happened to be on a bike.
I think of riding my bike, motorbike, car or lorry as no different to walking down the high street. If I was walking into Marks and Sparks, I'd hold the door, let some exit or enter, not force my way in and slam the door behind. Keep things civil, as you'd let another road user in or out or if they or I make a mistake then put up your hand, deep breath and go about your business.
Nice to be nice, costs nowt to be polite and you feel a million times better too.
Of course I've 'NEVER@ made a mistake..................
I lied!!!!!!!!
 

egroover

Esteemed Pedelecer
Aug 12, 2016
382
205
52
UK
Typical Fixie rider ;);)
 
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