Compromise? Like slowing down a bit and waiting 5 seconds while I cyclist goes past a junction?Why do drivers of motorised vehicles have to make the compromises but the pedal cyclists don't?
Or maybe because motorists are impatient and aggressive and impatient?The fucking useless Labour council are spending millions and building shit loads of those cycle lanes all over the city because the spastics nowadays don’t know how to ride a bike.
What is it with the Lycra? I know they wear the hats to look like bellends. Not happy with acting like one and I’ve never met one that isn’t all nasally. It’s not difficult to blow your fucking nose.Tonight on the A447 there was a Lycra clad loony causing a 40 car tail back, why not stop and wait 5 seconds whilst the cars safely overtake?
What happens when you fart wearing Lycra?What is it with the Lycra? I know they wear the hats to look like bellends. Not happy with acting like one and I’ve never met one that isn’t all nasally. It’s not difficult to blow your fucking nose.
CorrectYour original post when you were logged on as Hugh Janus ?
So you’re blaming pollution levels on people that don’t emit any pollution.see this all the time on abbey lane in the rush hour
just one cyclist can cause quite a tailback because it is not possible to overtake with other traffic in the outside lane
Nothing like queuing traffic to ramp up the pollution levels
Maybe, and just hear me out here, if we tried to get more of the things that cause pollution off the roads there might, but I’m not 100% on this, be less pollution.Causing traffic congestion will always increase pollution. Every vehicle that has to slow down and then accelerate to overtake a cyclist it's using more fuel than it would whilst cruising
I’m not saying everyone should stop using cars, or that everyone should start cycling, I’m not stupid enough to tar lots of people with the same brush, unlike yourself.You're quite correct, the only trouble is you're about 150 years too late. We've now all got homes that are not next door to our places of work and therefore many of us have to us a car to get to work. I travel to work in a motor car, it's 15 miles each way and takes 30 minutes. I am physically incapable of cycling that distance and the same journey by public transport takes close to 2 hours (including walking the last 3/4 mile) My nearest large shop is over 2 miles away, I might be able to walk that far but I couldn't carry the shopping on the way back. It's not a case of blaming anyone but you can't deny the physics of it. Cycling is an option for some but not all, and cyclists are increasingly becoming smug and selfish and think they are in some way more entitled to use the roads than the rest of us.