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2012-06-16 06:10:05 PM
6 votes:
As a cyclist myself, I hate these people too.
2012-06-16 07:44:03 PM
3 votes:

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: Benevolent Misanthrope: DrySocket: I commute by bike every day along a very busy bike route in Seattle downtown. 99% of bike riders are very careful and considerate. If im stopped at a light with 6-7 other riders and one asshole on a fixie decides he doesnt need to stop with the rest of us, you better damn well expect me to chew you out

WTF? Why would you chew me out because some guy on a fixie pissed you off? It's not like I'm some douchbag bike commuter.

/Ford F-250
//Respects bike lanes and bikers on un-bike-laned roads
///Stay to your side, or get smacked with a side mirror, assholes

What's with the violent threats? You are aware that bicycles are legally road vehicles and have a legal right to be there, don't you? And even if they didn't, or you didn't know, you're surely aware that hitting people is a serious offence, aren't you? As in, cuffed, stuffed, prosecuted, sentenced, and criminal record offence. You did know that, right? Even threatening can be actionable. You can even go to jail for threatening under some circumstances.

Drivers need to chill the fark out. Everyone needs to chill the fark out. Road irritations are a problem of privileged people. If it's really that big a deal for you, then you've got a very narrow perspective.


What's with the outrage? You are aware that bicycles are also required to follow the rules of the road, aren't you? And even if they weren't, or you weren't aware, you're surely aware that it's impossible for a truck that large to swerve into oncoming traffic to avoid one's mirror hitting a bicyclist who just swerved out into one's lane, aren't you?

You need to follow your own advice and chill the fark out. Outrage over benign Internet comments are a problem of overly privileged snowflake-type people. If it's really that big a deal for you, then you've got bigger problems.
2012-06-16 07:32:35 PM
3 votes:

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: Drivers need to chill the fark out. Everyone needs to chill the fark out. Road irritations are a problem of privileged people. If it's really that big a deal for you, then you've got a very narrow perspective.


I'm not condoning violence but you don't see anything in that video that should piss off any driver watching it? Or sane biker for that matter.
2012-06-16 06:08:52 PM
3 votes:
I commute by bike every day along a very busy bike route in Seattle downtown. 99% of bike riders are very careful and considerate. If im stopped at a light with 6-7 other riders and one asshole on a fixie decides he doesnt need to stop with the rest of us, you better damn well expect me to chew you out. Your shiatty behavior makes the rest of us look bad and the last thing I need is another angry guy in a car chasing me down the road honking his horn and flipping me off because someone else cut him off on a bike.
wee [TotalFark]
2012-06-16 05:30:03 PM
3 votes:
Actually, it's the ones who ride on the left hand side of the road, on the sidewalk and ignoring stop signs, that I really, really hate.
2012-06-16 04:36:22 PM
3 votes:
That is a very, very small percentage of bicyclists, and every single one of them deserves to spend the rest of their lives in a vegetative state.
2012-06-16 08:44:35 PM
2 votes:

bulldg4life: Am I the only one who feels the most important thing is to find more images of the hottie with her shirt unzipped enough to see the boobs at 1.50 in the video?


I think you've definitely reminded us of one of the more important elements of this video, one that I humbly admit we have selfishly overlooked in our petty squabbles over road rules that none of us intend to respect each other's views on anyway. This could have been a hottie thread instead. And with your courageous lead, it still can.

I'm not good at screen grabs, so let me make this humble offering instead.

cdn.cyclingforums.com
2012-06-16 08:39:21 PM
2 votes:

styckx: Sylvia_Bandersnatch: styckx: I hate them in certain areas.. Like where they don't have a bike lane bust since it's a "cool road" they hog it up anyway.

Case in point.. Lincoln Rd in Vermont.. This road is a nice curvy uphill climb which will take you to the mountain peaks at Sugarbush ski resort.

There are ZERO bike paths on this road, 45mph (55-60 is the norm though) yet the cyclists insist on constantly using it for the "challenge".. What they do is make it unsafe as shiat.. Nothing like coming around a blinding S turn with a river on one side, granite cliff face on the other and suddenly see a spandex ass in the way..

You could grow up, slow down, and drive safely, but I know that may be expecting too much.

At 45.. The posted speed limit this shiat is still unsafe.. fark your smug attitude I'm not driving like grandma under the posted speed limit just incase some moron on a bike is half way ass out in the rode in a blind spot.


Since you think the posted speed limit along your route is unsafe, maybe you should petition to have it lowered.
2012-06-16 08:30:03 PM
2 votes:

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: styckx: I hate them in certain areas.. Like where they don't have a bike lane bust since it's a "cool road" they hog it up anyway.

Case in point.. Lincoln Rd in Vermont.. This road is a nice curvy uphill climb which will take you to the mountain peaks at Sugarbush ski resort.

There are ZERO bike paths on this road, 45mph (55-60 is the norm though) yet the cyclists insist on constantly using it for the "challenge".. What they do is make it unsafe as shiat.. Nothing like coming around a blinding S turn with a river on one side, granite cliff face on the other and suddenly see a spandex ass in the way..

You could grow up, slow down, and drive safely, but I know that may be expecting too much.


At 45.. The posted speed limit this shiat is still unsafe.. fark your smug attitude I'm not driving like grandma under the posted speed limit just incase some moron on a bike is half way ass out in the rode in a blind spot.
2012-06-16 08:07:16 PM
2 votes:
Am I the only one who feels the most important thing is to find more images of the hottie with her shirt unzipped enough to see the boobs at 1.50 in the video?
2012-06-16 07:46:58 PM
2 votes:

Splinshints: Lernaeus: I hate them because they get together in huge groups and clog up the two-lane can't-see-far-enough-ahead-to-pass winding roads I drive to get home every day.

I give them a few seconds then lay on the horn.

Fark bicyclists. You don't belong on the road and I shouldn't have to share shiat just because you have a crappy hobby or too many DUIs.

/ also, fark motorcyclists, no I will not spend extra time peering out every possible angle of every window because you choose to ride something that has no business being on a highway in my blind spot
// YOU choose to ride something that is increasing YOUR odds of being killed, YOU pay extra farking attention


Dude, you're not making yourself look good.

Bikes do have a legal right to the road. Read the law: they're road vehicles. There are rules of accommodation, which vary from place to place, but bikes are allowed on most roads. In fact, it's often expressly illegal for them to ride anywhere else. Motorists need to chill out and get over the notion that they own the road. You don't. The road is a shared public resource, and everyone has some right to it. So get over that. Moreover, motoring is a privilege, not a right, that's revokable. You do not have a right to drive. Nor do you have a right to wholly unimpeded travel, or travel at whatever speed you desire.

Are Critical Mass riders breaking the law? Yes, they are. Is that worth getting up a head of steam over? No, it's not. Let it go and move on with your life. If you threaten anyone with a car, it's actionable. If you actually contact anyone with your car, it's very definitely actionable, and will almost certainly be actioned. And I promise you, a court of law will not be impressed with your whiny little rant.

Life is for living. Live it, and stop getting your dick in a twist over First World problems.
2012-06-16 07:28:28 PM
2 votes:

Benevolent Misanthrope: DrySocket: I commute by bike every day along a very busy bike route in Seattle downtown. 99% of bike riders are very careful and considerate. If im stopped at a light with 6-7 other riders and one asshole on a fixie decides he doesnt need to stop with the rest of us, you better damn well expect me to chew you out

WTF? Why would you chew me out because some guy on a fixie pissed you off? It's not like I'm some douchbag bike commuter.

/Ford F-250
//Respects bike lanes and bikers on un-bike-laned roads
///Stay to your side, or get smacked with a side mirror, assholes


What's with the violent threats? You are aware that bicycles are legally road vehicles and have a legal right to be there, don't you? And even if they didn't, or you didn't know, you're surely aware that hitting people is a serious offence, aren't you? As in, cuffed, stuffed, prosecuted, sentenced, and criminal record offence. You did know that, right? Even threatening can be actionable. You can even go to jail for threatening under some circumstances.

Drivers need to chill the fark out. Everyone needs to chill the fark out. Road irritations are a problem of privileged people. If it's really that big a deal for you, then you've got a very narrow perspective.
2012-06-16 07:07:53 PM
2 votes:

Adolf Oliver Nipples: He didn't break the mirror. It was on a pivot and when he hit it the mirror sprung forward. All the guy had to do was reach out and pull it back.


Still illegal to hit that mirror and in bad taste.

If you should catch these bikers on your street, scratching up your car with their lycra covered ass hairs, you'll understand.
2012-06-16 06:23:56 PM
2 votes:

gopher321: don't cycle myself, but I'm pretty sure there are far more asshole/idiot drivers out there than cyclists.


By volume? No.

Per Capita? No.

In your specific region? Possibly.


I assure for every 100 people on bicycles, many more of them are insane or assholes than people in cars. And I also assure you that for every asshole you have drivin' around, Asia has 100 or more cyclists somehow smoking a cigarette AND texting.
2012-06-16 05:45:23 PM
2 votes:
Um, the parts where they're shooting guns at each other are fake, right? How much else is?

Anyhow, I saw far too many cars hitting their brakes in that video. Those guys probably don't have enough life insurance to cover the damage they do to your car, but take one for the team.
2012-06-16 05:40:59 PM
2 votes:
Assholes like this give courteous bikers like me a bad name.

I don't care if you're a good driver, bad driver, or whatever... you have a 4,000 lb weapon. I'm going to avoid you at all costs.
2012-06-16 04:54:42 PM
2 votes:
Their killing elderly with this shiate out here in NorCal
2012-06-16 04:45:46 PM
2 votes:
Wow, what a collection of douchebags.
2012-06-16 04:12:04 PM
2 votes:
Yeeeeeeaaahhh...hmmm....I don't cycle myself, but I'm pretty sure there are far more asshole/idiot drivers out there than cyclists.

Proportionately as well.
2012-06-18 07:14:15 PM
1 votes:
The funniest part was seeing the van's mirror get trashed, immediately followed by "TO SHOW YOU THE MOST SKILLED URBAN CYCLISTS IN THE WORLD"
2012-06-17 02:21:17 PM
1 votes:
Amsterdam has the smoothest and most respectful road cohabitation between cars, bikes and pedestrians on narrow lane ways without a lot of traffic lights. I credit their healthy attitudes towards sexuality, drug use and art.
2012-06-17 11:15:01 AM
1 votes:

aspAddict: I don't have a problem with bike riders in traffic...as long as they can RIDE THE FARKING SPEED LIMIT. Look, buddy, the speed limit is 45 - if you're incapable of meeting that requirement, GTFO.



You realize that's an upper limit, right?
2012-06-17 10:36:20 AM
1 votes:
I don't have a problem with bike riders in traffic...as long as they can RIDE THE FARKING SPEED LIMIT. Look, buddy, the speed limit is 45 - if you're incapable of meeting that requirement, GTFO. I shouldn't have to go at school-zone speeds just because of YOUR sense of entitlement.
2012-06-17 12:55:34 AM
1 votes:
Its funny to read from all the bicycle apologists in these threads, as not a single one of them has the "courage" to actually ride this recklessly. If they did, they'd be splayed all over the road, and there would be fewer bicycle apologists showing up in these threads.
2012-06-17 12:11:35 AM
1 votes:

Adolf Oliver Nipples: mr smart the great: i was hoping some one would open their door on the asshole that broke the mirror

He didn't break the mirror. It was on a pivot and when he hit it the mirror sprung forward. All the guy had to do was reach out and pull it back.

Modern vehicles, how do they work?


So if I catch you on a bike, it's okay to hit your handlebars, right? It'll swing right back after you pick yourself off the floor, so no big deal.
2012-06-17 12:05:48 AM
1 votes:

Mugato: Sylvia_Bandersnatch: Drivers need to chill the fark out. Everyone needs to chill the fark out. Road irritations are a problem of privileged people. If it's really that big a deal for you, then you've got a very narrow perspective.

I'm not condoning violence but you don't see anything in that video that should piss off any driver watching it? Or sane biker for that matter.


Include pedestrians as part of the pissed off crowd.
2012-06-16 11:56:28 PM
1 votes:
I ride my bike for fun, transportation, and it's also my job, so I'm getting a kick out of most of these replies...

Really though, these guys are assholes. And any cyclist who rides like that is asking for (and will eventually get) it. The most infuriating thing about the video is that what they're doing isn't even impressive or particularly skillful. It's just annoying, misanthropic, and dangerous. Fark them.
2012-06-16 11:50:14 PM
1 votes:

Inconceivable!: People in Europe don't have this odd hate boner against bicycles like North Americans do.


I always thought the hate was bilateral: both thinking they own the road. Motorists because they a) pay fees to build and maintain the pavement, b) the I'm-bigger-than-you 'tude, Bicyclists own it because a) the rightous indignation for saving the planet, b) a seemingly huge chip on their shoulder, c) the apparent smugnesss that comes along with a logo-filled costume.

/Whenever possible, I move over one lane to give bikers extra room--they're nuts sometimes.
/I only ride a bike far far away from motor vehicles.
2012-06-16 11:41:16 PM
1 votes:

Inconceivable!: It's lots of fun


Where I live it is a pain in the ass and exhausting.

Yes, I sound fat.
2012-06-16 11:33:18 PM
1 votes:

RibbyK: About two blocks from my 'hood, there's a popular bike path that runs 25+ miles to the ocean. About three years ago, two cycliest collided T-bone style at high speed. One seriously injured, the other dead.

LIke sugar, bicycles should be regulated.


Two people might run into eachother and cause serious injury too. People in Europe don't have this odd hate boner against bicycles like North Americans do. It's so weird.
2012-06-16 11:22:33 PM
1 votes:
I hate whenever I have to drive in San Francisco as there are always asshole bicyclists there. They love to act like they own the road and that they are totally in the right to be assholes, probably because they think they're saving the world by riding their bicycle.

/critical mass days are the absolute worst
2012-06-16 10:48:00 PM
1 votes:

evildwarf: Oh, another Fark cyclist hate thread, how original. Yawn.


Jesus you people are like a broken record. It's the douchebags in the video most people are pissed about. So you can stop whining.
2012-06-16 10:37:15 PM
1 votes:
Disclaimer: My experience with cyclists like the ones in the video is limited to NYC.

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: And they're not stunt cyclists, they're bike messengers. And they're not really worse than far more drivers.


The problem is that it sure seems like most bike messengers THINK they're stunt cyclists. Or at least they ride like they are. They're menaces.

As for sharing the roads with cyclists, I have no problem with them when they're doing it properly. Stay to the right, obey the traffic lights and signs, ride in single file and we'll get along just fine. It's when they start blowing through lights and stop signs, riding side by side and not signalling their turns that I start to get irked. It's about 50/50 where I live. For every good cyclist, there's a Tour de France wannabe under the impression that the roads are closed to everyone but him.
2012-06-16 09:36:16 PM
1 votes:
Heh, not even Motorhead could make cycling look cool. I get that it's a cheaper healthier way to get around, but sorry, it'll never be cool.
2012-06-16 09:22:30 PM
1 votes:
The anti-cyclist butthurt in here is ridiculous, what a bunch of whiners.
2012-06-16 08:55:15 PM
1 votes:

Lernaeus: I hate them because they get together in huge groups and clog up the two-lane can't-see-far-enough-ahead-to-pass winding roads I drive to get home every day.

A 7 mile commute at 15 miles per hour is obnoxious, especially in a standard-shift, especially staring at skinny dude asses the whole trip.

GET OFF THE DAMN ROAD. YOU ARE NOT, NOR EVER WILL BE, LANCE F*CKING ARMSTRONG.


you sound fat.
2012-06-16 08:54:23 PM
1 votes:

doglover: gopher321: don't cycle myself, but I'm pretty sure there are far more asshole/idiot drivers out there than cyclists.

By volume? No.

Per Capita? No.

In your specific region? Possibly.


I assure for every 100 people on bicycles, many more of them are insane or assholes than people in cars. And I also assure you that for every asshole you have drivin' around, Asia has 100 or more cyclists somehow smoking a cigarette AND texting.


I dont ride a bike(at least not for a long long time), and i can tell you for sure. Car drivers are by far worse by capita the people on bikes. having lived in quite a few states and 4 countries. People in cars turn retarded the moment the turn that key.
2012-06-16 08:48:13 PM
1 votes:

styckx: Sylvia_Bandersnatch: styckx: I hate them in certain areas.. Like where they don't have a bike lane bust since it's a "cool road" they hog it up anyway.

Case in point.. Lincoln Rd in Vermont.. This road is a nice curvy uphill climb which will take you to the mountain peaks at Sugarbush ski resort.

There are ZERO bike paths on this road, 45mph (55-60 is the norm though) yet the cyclists insist on constantly using it for the "challenge".. What they do is make it unsafe as shiat.. Nothing like coming around a blinding S turn with a river on one side, granite cliff face on the other and suddenly see a spandex ass in the way..

You could grow up, slow down, and drive safely, but I know that may be expecting too much.

At 45.. The posted speed limit this shiat is still unsafe.. fark your smug attitude I'm not driving like grandma under the posted speed limit just incase some moron on a bike is half way ass out in the rode in a blind spot.


Smug, eh? Do you happen to know what the word "limit" means?

You're worried about your manhood and your own selfish interests. You admit it, if not in so many words. Like I said, you need to grow up. You won't, of course. And some day, you'll figure out what's stupid about that just a short while after it would have been useful. Until then, just keep on jackassin' and hope you don't kill anybody. Because without good sense on your side, luck is all you've got.
2012-06-16 08:24:19 PM
1 votes:
"The most skilled cyclists"

For 'skilled' read 'moronic, stupid, selfish, belligerent, insane, arrogant, ignorant, dangerous, suicidal, dickish'

Sylvia_Bandersnatch:

You could grow up, slow down, and drive safely, but I know that may be expecting too much.


I drive an 18-tonne truck for a living. I had a short, 4-hour shift this morning. I never take blind country lane corners at more that 20mph. This comes from experience.

At 11.14 this morning, on a country lane inbetween Shadoxhurst and Bethersden, Kent, UK. I was proceeding in a northerly direction, approaching a corner, I slowed. To be met by 20 or so cyclists, barrelling southwards towards me, on the corner, all over the road shiat the front of my truck before I could come to a complete stop. A further shiat those that had already fallen before the rest of the group got the message and stopped.

No fatalities, but a shiatload of blood.

/Absolved of any blame by the police. Digital tacho cards are a wonderful thing, after all
2012-06-16 08:23:33 PM
1 votes:

bulldg4life: Am I the only one who feels the most important thing is to find more images of the hottie with her shirt unzipped enough to see the boobs at 1.50 in the video?


exactly, for me it was the duration of the 1.53 second.
/Cyclist- I take the whole lane whenever I feel I should, even if I slow other traffic.
//I run stop signs and red lights per situation. I'll also take the occasional left on red lights as well.
///yet I sometimes get annoyed by salmon and ninjas.
2012-06-16 08:12:54 PM
1 votes:

styckx: I hate them in certain areas.. Like where they don't have a bike lane bust since it's a "cool road" they hog it up anyway.

Case in point.. Lincoln Rd in Vermont.. This road is a nice curvy uphill climb which will take you to the mountain peaks at Sugarbush ski resort.

There are ZERO bike paths on this road, 45mph (55-60 is the norm though) yet the cyclists insist on constantly using it for the "challenge".. What they do is make it unsafe as shiat.. Nothing like coming around a blinding S turn with a river on one side, granite cliff face on the other and suddenly see a spandex ass in the way..


You could grow up, slow down, and drive safely, but I know that may be expecting too much.
2012-06-16 08:05:38 PM
1 votes:
Another cyclist thread...

Most of the people who complain about cyclists are people who have never NEEDED a bike for commuting. Life is a lot different when you can't afford a car or bus pass.

As for other arsehole cyclists, I've shouted at a number of them. Examples include: the ones that ride through red lights and weave in and out of traffic, the ones who speed on multiuse pathways, etc. And that's coming from someone else on a bike. Bikes who ride through red lights give me murder fuel.

Most cyclists are regular human beings who are just trying to get somewhere. Just because you're in a car doesn't give you God's right to be an ass. Luckily for me, I live in a city where there is respect 99% of the time.
2012-06-16 07:45:33 PM
1 votes:

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: Oh no no, haven't you been following the thread? If a cyclist annoys you, YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO CAUSE THEM GRIEVOUS BODILY HARM.

See, how it works is, people with larger vehicles have superior legal rights to people will smaller vehicles. If your vehicle is physically capable of overpowering someone else's, then you have the legal right to do so, in whatever manner suits you.* If they get in the way of your dickmobile. (Or offend you in some other way, such as being in a position where you are able to view their posteriors and you are both male.) All of this has been clarified many times in many threads like this. Where have you been?

* In some cases, you may instead have the offending party shot, or shoot them yourself.



You don't have to get all defensive to the point of making shiat up. Most posts were about these people in the video so relax.
2012-06-16 07:39:36 PM
1 votes:
Bike messengers ≠ "bicyclists" Smitty. Just like pizza delivery guys ≠ "drivers," and Hell's Angels ≠ "motorcyclists."

Small subset, a significant portion of which are "invincible" youths whose give-a-shiatters and what-happens-next machines are broken, if not downright missing.
2012-06-16 07:38:28 PM
1 votes:

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: Even threatening can be actionable. You can even go to jail for threatening under some circumstances


First Amendment weeps.
2012-06-16 07:30:08 PM
1 votes:

Lernaeus: I hate them because they get together in huge groups and clog up the two-lane can't-see-far-enough-ahead-to-pass winding roads I drive to get home every day.

A 7 mile commute at 15 miles per hour is obnoxious, especially in a standard-shift, especially staring at skinny dude asses the whole trip.

GET OFF THE DAMN ROAD. YOU ARE NOT, NOR EVER WILL BE, LANCE F*CKING ARMSTRONG.


It sounds to me like you've got lot more problems than just this one.
2012-06-16 07:21:37 PM
1 votes:
Anybody care to explain the gun battle?
2012-06-16 07:08:43 PM
1 votes:
Critical Mass is why people hate bikers.

Because getting together en masse, clogging a major roadway, and going as farkING SLOW AS POSSIBLE is how to get people to sympathize with the plight of the poor, misunderstood bicyclist.
2012-06-16 07:06:30 PM
1 votes:

Adolf Oliver Nipples: mr smart the great: i was hoping some one would open their door on the asshole that broke the mirror

He didn't break the mirror. It was on a pivot and when he hit it the mirror sprung forward. All the guy had to do was reach out and pull it back.

Modern vehicles, how do they work?


So it's Ok to hit another vehicle, as long as it's modern?

Pillock!
2012-06-16 06:47:58 PM
1 votes:
i was hoping some one would open their door on the asshole that broke the mirror
2012-06-16 06:46:18 PM
1 votes:

downstairs: Assholes like this give courteous bikers like me a bad name.

I don't care if you're a good driver, bad driver, or whatever... you have a 4,000 lb weapon. I'm going to avoid you at all costs.


Exactly, I fail to understand the mindset of biking everywhere. Yes I have the right to ride my bike on surface roads, but a number of the roads clearly weren't designed with my safety in mind. So I find alternate routes around them. A couple extra miles winding through suburban side streets is more fun than playing chicken on the four lane, no shoulder, main road.

If you're a biker and you feel like you got farked in terms of road design, talk to the DOT, playing chicken with the F250s isn't worth it.

/of course urban bikers don't always have those options
2012-06-16 06:33:21 PM
1 votes:

doglover: gopher321: don't cycle myself, but I'm pretty sure there are far more asshole/idiot drivers out there than cyclists.

By volume? No.

Per Capita? No.

In your specific region? Possibly.


I assure for every 100 people on bicycles, many more of them are insane or assholes than people in cars. And I also assure you that for every asshole you have drivin' around, Asia has 100 or more cyclists somehow smoking a cigarette AND texting.



Besides which, it's not a competition to claim which mode of transport has the worst people. Just agree that 100% of these particular people are dangerous irresponsible assholes and leave it at that.

And I'd argue that most people text and drive don't think they're being a danger. That's farking stupid of course but these people are intentionally going out of their way to be disruptive and dangerous.
2012-06-16 06:30:12 PM
1 votes:

downstairs: I don't care if you're a good driver, bad driver, or whatever... you have a 4,000 lb weapon. I'm going to avoid you at all costs.


Physics can be harsh mistress. :)
2012-06-16 06:30:02 PM
1 votes:

DrySocket: I commute by bike every day along a very busy bike route in Seattle downtown. 99% of bike riders are very careful and considerate. If im stopped at a light with 6-7 other riders and one asshole on a fixie decides he doesnt need to stop with the rest of us, you better damn well expect me to chew you out


WTF? Why would you chew me out because some guy on a fixie pissed you off? It's not like I'm some douchbag bike commuter.

/Ford F-250
//Respects bike lanes and bikers on un-bike-laned roads
///Stay to your side, or get smacked with a side mirror, assholes
2012-06-16 06:29:36 PM
1 votes:
Yeah, people like this ruin it for all cyclists. Just watching this video made me want to stick out my umbrella.
2012-06-16 06:22:44 PM
1 votes:
What assholes. One of them even broke a van's mirror off and didn't stop.
2012-06-16 06:18:34 PM
1 votes:
I am sorry, but that just looks stupid to me.

Maybe rename in it "Jackass on Bikes"?
2012-06-16 05:37:27 PM
1 votes:
I take it that Assholery On Two Wheels will be in limited release?
2012-06-16 04:43:18 PM
1 votes:

FloydA: A movie trailer? No I don't think that's why, subby.


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