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Cyclists are stopped and cautioned and even fined for traffic offences <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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I agree.
They jump red lights all the time, don't have lights on in the dark etc etc

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Confiscate one wheel and make them unicycle to work...

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Confiscate the saddle....... <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/shocked.gif" alt="" />

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Women would be excused.

They already have the menstrual cycle !

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Not all cyclists jump red lights and deserve traffic fines. Most abide by the rules of the road.

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Do you walk around in central London Morrisonsm?

They're a complete and utter pain mate.
Worst thing is, if you say something to them about it, you normally just get a volley of abuse in return.

Them, tourists in general and businessmen with attaché cases (get a laptop for goodness sake) dragging along the road behind them make my blood boil whenever I'm on the move.

Rant over!

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Women would be excused.

They already have the menstrual cycle !


They can have an "electrical" saddle

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They can have an "electrical" saddle


Bet they'd like that!

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Cyclists shouldn't be allowed on the road full stop. They're a menace and a danger to themselves and others. If you must ride a bike ride on the pavement S L O W L Y.

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Some pedestrians can be just as annoying!

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A lot of car drivers are as well mate, it's not all one-sided.

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Some pedestrians can be just as annoying!


Good, that's it, keep 'em coming. Car drivers, too. Soon we'll be rid of just about everyone on the planet, leaving only me. I'd quite like that...

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Do the clamps prevent you from leaving the computer desk then?

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Do the clamps prevent you from leaving the computer desk then?



Nope, they're there to stop me moaning and whinging but they don't work.

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Cyclists shouldn't be allowed on the road full stop. They're a menace and a danger to themselves and others. If you must ride a bike ride on the pavement S L O W L Y.


believe it or not it's actually against the law for an adult to ride a bike on the pavement.

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Cyclists shouldn't be allowed on the road full stop. They're a menace and a danger to themselves and others. If you must ride a bike ride on the pavement S L O W L Y.


believe it or not it's actually against the law for an adult to ride a bike on the pavement.

It should be against the law.

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Where I work there are plenty of cycle lanes provided but the nutters use the pavement. Pishes me off no end




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