brycerider wrote:I tend to adopt the attitude that I wont assume I am a faster rider and therefore this licences me to push in. Better to queue up in a orderly fashion and see how it shakes out. Once that is clear then no problem.
Just because I ride in daggy shorts, a t-shirt, wear runners, ride a fairly pedestrian bike and have panniers on the back doesn't mean I am slower than you just because you ride a bike 3 times the price of mine and are decked out in the latest BMC trim or whatever. The fact that I can keep up with said cyclist on my steed says more about my ability as a cyclist than what I'm wearing or riding.