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SmootsDaddy89

cyclists who ride on non-residential roads.

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fug you.

You represent the worst aspects of society.

Take your fuging bike to a park like a normal human being.

One of my goals in life is to witness one of these self-centered assholes get plowed into by a fuging quad cab truck going about 80, and just seeing fuging blood and entrails flying out in all directions.

That would make my fuging day.

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The worst are the ones who are in the center of the lane doing about 12 mph in a 45 mph, turn around, look at you then turn back and continue going 12 mph in the middle of the road and you can't pass them.

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I hate the ones with the baskets in the front and the training wheels in back.

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The worst are the ones who are in the center of the lane doing about 12 mph in a 45 mph, turn around, look at you then turn back and continue going 12 mph in the middle of the road and you can't pass them.

That would probably just be it for me. That cyclist would be dead.

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I'm saving the planet yo

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You share the road with things that can actually go as fast as a car can.

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I love the ones that bike on major non-bike lane roads during rush hour.

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freedom and bike haters

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