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capt_slogcapt_slog Posts: 3,709
edited May 2015 in The cake stop
What a wonderful thing it is.

You can now identify the miserable censored who didn't even give as much as a look when they saw you on the opposite side of the road. :mrgreen:


The older I get, the better I was.

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  • vimfuegovimfuego Posts: 1,783
    *reads post and sods off without smiling or waving*
    CS7
    Surrey Hills
    What's a Zwift?
  • RideOnTimeRideOnTime Posts: 4,712
    lay-by-at-top-of-old-mans-hill-with-jowell-riley-9-and-alvis-cars-1937.jpg

    Non-Strava layby
  • keef66keef66 Posts: 13,123
    Has that chap's hat just been blown off?
  • pipipipipipi Posts: 332
    When I first looked I thought it was pretty cool that I could look up anyone I had been anywhere near on my ride.

    Then I got worried that anyone could be looking at my ride and working out where I live and whether there was a nice bike in the photo.

    I could imagine someone cycling round a busy junction getting loads of info from oblivious riders....

    I have since checked my privacy settings!
  • RideOnTimeRideOnTime Posts: 4,712
    keef66 wrote:
    Has that chap's hat just been blown off?

    terrible business, wind, I say, terrible business...
  • capt_slogcapt_slog Posts: 3,709
    pipipi wrote:
    When I first looked I thought it was pretty cool that I could look up anyone I had been anywhere near on my ride.

    Then I got worried that anyone could be looking at my ride and working out where I live and whether there was a nice bike in the photo.

    I could imagine someone cycling round a busy junction getting loads of info from oblivious riders....

    I have since checked my privacy settings!

    yes.

    I was surprised to find that one chap I passed when he was out on a mountain bike was from the next avenue. I thought about sending him a message about either turning off his GPS or editing his rides because i also learned that he keeps said bike in the shed at the end of his garden. I thought the data was faulty at first, until I put on the satellite view and could see the shed. :shock:


    The older I get, the better I was.

  • RideOnTimeRideOnTime Posts: 4,712
    Capt Slog wrote:
    pipipi wrote:
    When I first looked I thought it was pretty cool that I could look up anyone I had been anywhere near on my ride.

    Then I got worried that anyone could be looking at my ride and working out where I live and whether there was a nice bike in the photo.

    I could imagine someone cycling round a busy junction getting loads of info from oblivious riders....

    I have since checked my privacy settings!

    yes.

    I was surprised to find that one chap I passed when he was out on a mountain bike was from the next avenue. I thought about sending him a message about either turning off his GPS or editing his rides because i also learned that he keeps said bike in the shed at the end of his garden. I thought the data was faulty at first, until I put on the satellite view and could see the shed. :shock:


    what's his bike like, any good?
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