GlebeCycling wrote:a. other cyclists
Sette Budini wrote:I was thinking just the other day (I think when Snuffy hit the fat guy on the Opera) that there must be some way of working out an equation that gives a score on how good/worthy a rider you are...
Maybe rider weight divided by bike weight then some factor of number of kilometres ridden per week.
Essentially the low scores will be the unfit people on ridiculously light bikes (read stupendously expensive) who only ride an hour along Beach Rd on the weekend.
Riding a heavy clunker of a bike would give you a better score, as would doing lots of k's.
Any maths whizzes want to have a go....
Euan wrote:If you don't know how to be a good citiizen on the road here's a tip, learn the road rules and obey them. It's not that hard.
Aeeek wrote:Euan wrote:If you don't know how to be a good citiizen on the road here's a tip, learn the road rules and obey them. It's not that hard.
But it can be hard to know the cycling exceptions in the road rules, they're not in the literature aimed at learner drivers and in some states that's all that's readily available. Compounded by the misleading "all cyclists" signs that have no roadlegal standing.
PS. The rider weight mathematics sickened me. Irrelevant and gratutious.
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