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How was your commute this morning?

CressersCressers Posts: 1,329
edited February 2011 in The bottom bracket

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  • cornerblockcornerblock Posts: 3,228
    No helmet I see!
  • CressersCressers Posts: 1,329
    Yes a helmet would've protected him against a leopard attack...
  • cornerblockcornerblock Posts: 3,228
    Cressers wrote:
    Yes a helmet would've protected him against a leopard attack...

    Oops too early? Is one of these :lol: better than one of these !
  • Pah.... 2 minutes round Hyde Park Corner and he'd be under a bus!
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  • robz400robz400 Posts: 160
    To be honest if the leopard was wearing a helmet the guy would have been f**ked!

    Should we send this the daily mail as a conclusive study into why helmets are lethal and should be banned??
  • nevmannevman Posts: 1,611
    Cressers wrote:
    Yes a helmet would've protected him against a leopard attack...
    Cats Whisper maybe?Liking the idea of carrying a spare metal bar in case of em,incidents on the road-chapeau to Mr Ncube though,if he has one (a hat that is). :D
    Whats the solution? Just pedal faster you baby.

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  • cornerblockcornerblock Posts: 3,228
    Sure he wont be the first rider to be scalped by a Leopard this season. :) Sorry I know I should be taking this seriously. My commute was not as bad as his, the most dangerous thing I faced was a rather aggressive WVM.
  • I had a mate in London (now sadly deceased) who used to regularly get chased by a Rottweiler on the way in to work. Solution? Heavyweight pump across the nose :twisted:

    PS the Rottweiler wasn't the cause of his demise - motorbike accident in Corfu :cry:
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  • To OP: not bad at all thanks. Too much traffic but otherwise nice and light - and it's getting warmer too. It's also good to know it'll take me 1/3 the time to get home by bike as it would be car.
  • KaiseKaise Posts: 2,498
    todays commute was good, although the legs felt heavy after restarting duathlon training this week.

    and tonights ride home will see me sprinting the majority of it as a warm up to a turbo session!

    lets hyope there are no leopards en route, or audi drivers overtaking before turning direct left and cutting me up, for that matter!
  • ilm_zero7ilm_zero7 Posts: 2,213
    My commute this morning was amazing - Ruwi to beyond Yiti (Oman) and back set off at 6:30am and did over 3000 ft of climbing - riding in countryside and on roads that were just out of this world. - can highly recommend Oman for a cycling holiday, but take your climbing bike
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