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HELP! I don't know which gang to slag off!!!

jjojjasjjojjas Posts: 346
edited August 2007 in Campaign
Dear Bikeradar mods,
could I please have some guidance here. Since the creation of this mega forum, I have been at a loss as to which "type" of cyclist to slag off. My problem mainly arises due to riding on the road with skinny tyres, whilst having a tourer, a hard tail, and a full sus also. I have only recently sold my D/H rig so I don't feel I should really slag off the D/H peeps just yet.....maybe next month I'll feel up to it?
What would be your advice? Should I hold out for the recumbent rider? or just wade into the BMX'ers?
You advice would be gratefully accepted as I'm at a loss .....
Yours
Jas
:D
it looks a bit steep to me.....

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  • Big Red SBig Red S Posts: 26,890
    Your use of different kind of bikes doesn't limit who you can slag off, it means you can slag more people off.
    You may now slag other cyclists off as a roadie, MtBer, tourer, commuter etc. at your will - just pick whichever's most appropriate for your victim.
  • nicklousenicklouse Posts: 81,520 Lives Here
    Jas, what about any Scots cyclists?

    or maybe the odd Yorkshire cyclist? :wink:
    "Do not follow where the path may lead, Go instead where there is no path, and Leave a Trail."
    Parktools :?:SheldonBrown
  • Steve AustinSteve Austin Posts: 1,803
    Shouldn't you lot be in the MTB section?
  • YorkshiremanYorkshireman Posts: 999
    nicklouse wrote:
    Jas, what about any Scots cyclists?

    or maybe the odd Yorkshire cyclist? :wink:

    Somebody lookin fer a gobfull er dandruff? :roll: .

    :D
    Colin N.


    Lincolnshire is mostly flat... but the wind is mostly in your face!
  • jackhuntjackhunt Posts: 49
    Howabout the CTC weirdy-beardy types? All helmet mirrors and courderoys - they're an easy target.
  • jjojjasjjojjas Posts: 346
    Big red S your a genius! :shock:
    i had never considered my superior stand point!
    I can argue with all of you!!! :P


    right, I'm of to Tour & expedition to start an argument......hanging bags of yer bike! tarts the lot of them.....

    :wink:
    Jas
    it looks a bit steep to me.....
  • YorkshiremanYorkshireman Posts: 999
    jackhunt wrote:
    Howabout the CTC weirdy-beardy types? All helmet mirrors and courderoys - they're an easy target.

    No chance mate - Wev`e more stamina than you ... ride all day we do :wink: .
    Colin N.


    Lincolnshire is mostly flat... but the wind is mostly in your face!
  • mangamanmangaman Posts: 704
    Unicyclists are all bastards if that's any help
  • YorkshiremanYorkshireman Posts: 999
    mangaman wrote:
    Unicyclists are all bastards if that's any help

    Stay clear of that lot ... Trickcyclists everyone of them.
    Colin N.


    Lincolnshire is mostly flat... but the wind is mostly in your face!
  • nicklousenicklouse Posts: 81,520 Lives Here
    nicklouse wrote:
    Jas, what about any Scots cyclists?

    or maybe the odd Yorkshire cyclist? :wink:

    Somebody lookin fer a gobfull er dandruff? :roll: .

    :D

    no ta but i could do with a decent Pint and some Yorkshire Tea.
    "Do not follow where the path may lead, Go instead where there is no path, and Leave a Trail."
    Parktools :?:SheldonBrown
  • YorkshiremanYorkshireman Posts: 999
    nicklouse wrote:
    nicklouse wrote:
    Jas, what about any Scots cyclists?

    or maybe the odd Yorkshire cyclist? :wink:

    Somebody lookin fer a gobfull er dandruff? :roll: .

    :D

    no ta but i could do with a decent Pint and some Yorkshire Tea.

    Two pints of Tetleys on the way ... One Tets Imperial and one Tets Tea (sugar +milk or `neat`? ) :D
    Colin N.


    Lincolnshire is mostly flat... but the wind is mostly in your face!
  • nicklousenicklouse Posts: 81,520 Lives Here
    nicklouse wrote:
    nicklouse wrote:
    Jas, what about any Scots cyclists?

    or maybe the odd Yorkshire cyclist? :wink:

    Somebody lookin fer a gobfull er dandruff? :roll: .

    :D

    no ta but i could do with a decent Pint and some Yorkshire Tea.

    Two pints of Tetleys on the way ... One Tets Imperial and one Tets Tea (sugar +milk or `neat`? ) :D

    col your a star, milk and 2 please. :P
    "Do not follow where the path may lead, Go instead where there is no path, and Leave a Trail."
    Parktools :?:SheldonBrown
  • YorkshiremanYorkshireman Posts: 999
    nicklouse wrote:
    nicklouse wrote:
    nicklouse wrote:
    Jas, what about any Scots cyclists?

    or maybe the odd Yorkshire cyclist? :wink:

    Somebody lookin fer a gobfull er dandruff? :roll: .

    :D

    no ta but i could do with a decent Pint and some Yorkshire Tea.

    Two pints of Tetleys on the way ... One Tets Imperial and one Tets Tea (sugar +milk or `neat`? ) :D

    col your a star, milk and 2 please. :P

    I know ... Don`t know how I do it for the money :wink: .
    Colin N.


    Lincolnshire is mostly flat... but the wind is mostly in your face!
  • nicklousenicklouse Posts: 81,520 Lives Here
    edited July 2007
    I know ... Don`t know how I do it for the money :wink: .

    well it would have to be for the money.


    Hear all, see all and say nowt Eat all, sup all and pay nowt And if ever tha' does owt for nowt Allus do it for thissen

    i times i feel i should pay heed to it more often. :oops:
    "Do not follow where the path may lead, Go instead where there is no path, and Leave a Trail."
    Parktools :?:SheldonBrown
  • YorkshiremanYorkshireman Posts: 999
    edited July 2007
    nicklouse wrote:
    I know ... Don`t know how I do it for the money :wink: .

    well it would have to be for the money.


    Hear all, see all and say nowt Eat all, sup all and pay nowt And if ever tha' does owt for nowt Allus do it for thissen

    i times i feel i should pay heed to it more often. :oops:

    :lol: You missed the last (and most important bit off) ... "And if ther`s owt left ovver ah`s havvin that an`all " :wink: .

    It`s not that we`re tight with brass ... just very, very careful :) .

    And don`t forget "What`s thine`s mine, and what`s mine`s me own ...
    Colin N.


    Lincolnshire is mostly flat... but the wind is mostly in your face!
  • nicklousenicklouse Posts: 81,520 Lives Here
    speak for thissen,

    i just have deep pockets.
    "Do not follow where the path may lead, Go instead where there is no path, and Leave a Trail."
    Parktools :?:SheldonBrown
  • YorkshiremanYorkshireman Posts: 999
    Jar, monkey,fist, in ...
    Colin N.


    Lincolnshire is mostly flat... but the wind is mostly in your face!
  • nicklousenicklouse Posts: 81,520 Lives Here
    errmmm how do i get my hand out?
    "Do not follow where the path may lead, Go instead where there is no path, and Leave a Trail."
    Parktools :?:SheldonBrown
  • pipemanpipeman Posts: 48
    jjojjas wrote:
    Dear Bikeradar mods,
    could I please have some guidance here. Since the creation of this mega forum, I have been at a loss as to which "type" of cyclist to slag off. My problem mainly arises due to riding on the road with skinny tyres, whilst having a tourer, a hard tail, and a full sus also. I have only recently sold my D/H rig so I don't feel I should really slag off the D/H peeps just yet.....maybe next month I'll feel up to it?
    What would be your advice? Should I hold out for the recumbent rider? or just wade into the BMX'ers?
    You advice would be gratefully accepted as I'm at a loss .....
    Yours
    Jas
    :D
    IN THE MOTORCYCLE WORLD its the BMW,HARLEY and GOLDWING riders that get slagged off the most!!!!! :D
    time is running out,use it wisely!
  • grayo59grayo59 Posts: 722
    ---
    IN THE MOTORCYCLE WORLD its the BMW,HARLEY and GOLDWING riders that get slagged off the most!!!!! :D ---


    And rightly so! :D
    __________________
    ......heading for the box, but not too soon I hope!
  • Bunnyman 5.5Bunnyman 5.5 Posts: 133
    Just hate EVERYONE! :twisted: :twisted: :wink::mrgreen: :x
    "With just a little luck
    A little cold blue steel
    I'll cut the night like a razor blade
    Till I feel the way I wanna feel"
    [Cheap Trick]

  • And don`t forget "What`s thine`s mine, and what`s mine`s me own ...

    So it was you that nicked my bike then was it?
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