cycling guys

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  1. andreaaa

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    I'm not into cycling, but whwnever I get the chanche I love watching guys in their cycling suit.. Is not lycra that I love, I like the whole thing: tall, thin muscular men with long legs.. and their bulges
    Am I the only one into this? Pictures anyone?
     
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    luv them, and seeing a lot of them, but they pass me so fast can't enjoy it, lol
     
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    Yeah, I can't get enough of seeing them in the morning rush hour, riding their bikes just to the right of the center of the right-hand lane, so that regular people (i.e., the ones with cars) have to merge into the (gridlocked) left lane and pass them. Even better is when we get to a red light, and they pedal right through it so we have to do the whole thing all over again!
     
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    There are many cyclists who are tall and thin, and they are the ones who get noticed. Some of them are elitists and have a huge ego and act snobby toward others who aren't like them. Whatever! I'm 5'9" and husky. I ride because I love it, not to impress anyone. Not much of my bulge shows due to the padded crotch of my cycling shorts and bibs. I wear these shorts / bibs for functionality, not to show off. No one can see your crotch while you're riding anyway, only when you stop for a break. I just did the BIKE THE BAY ride this past Sunday. I love to ride over the Coronado Bay Bridge and look forward to the event at the end of every summer. The view from the top is amazing.

    You make a very valid point. As a cyclist, I apologize for all of the assholes that you describe above. I have a friend who is a competitive cyclist, and I dog him for riding in the road. They give cyclists a bad name. The only time that should happen is at an organized cycling event. Otherwise, I see it as a lack of respect on the part of the cyclist for motorists. Cyclists have no business being in the lane of travel. Use the bike lane, or if their isn't one, stay as far to the right as you can. Then they bitch and moan when they get hit. Respect and road courtesy should work both ways.
     
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    I'm sure it wasn't you I saw, sdbg! But thanks for the mass apology anyway.
     
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    What about some photos?
     
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    "It takes strength to be gentle and kind." :)

    Look at it this way: if the bikers were "regular people" in cars, then they would be driving that many cars, in your way just like all the others.
     
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    Actually it's not safe to ride as far to the right as possible. If you're surprised by any road hazards, you have no escape route except to swerve further into traffic. Also, being far to the right limits your visibility to others, and it encourages drivers to squeeze past you. I move further into the lane so that passing traffic is forced to commit to the 2nd lane.

    In Florida, I have the right to my entire lane if there's not enough room for a vehicle to safely pass me w/in the lane. Since the law requires 3 feet of clearance for passing me, and I've never seen a 15-foot lane, then I'm entitled to the entire lane everywhere I normally ride. I imagine the laws of other states are similar.

    Statistically, as a cyclist, you're much safer acting as much like a car, and as little like a bicycle, as you can.

    Remember, the roads aren't made for cars; they're made for people.
     
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    That cyclist is breaking the law, and disrespecting other drivers, by running the red light. A cyclist must observe the same traffic laws as motorists do. As a cyclist, it's unreasonable for me to demand other drivers respect my rights as another vehicle on the road, but then not live up to my responsibilities as a "driver" and ignore traffic laws.

    (Yes, Florida law calls a cyclist a "driver," with all the same rights and responsibilities.)
     
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    I'll take a photo of our cycling club on the next ride and post it. There are definitely some hotties in the group.
    Despite whatever legal rights I have, I'm paranoid about being hit. The general vibe here is that cyclists are a problem and shouldn't be on the road. I ride like the other guys in our cycling club, and none of us have been hit so far.
    This quote is lyrics from The Smiths, one of my favorite '80s bands.
     
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    any photos?
     
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    I agree - knowing that you were in the right legally is small consolation if you're in hospital with a broken leg or in the cemetery.
     
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    You make a very valid point. As a cyclist, I apologize for all of the assholes that you describe above. I have a friend who is a competitive cyclist, and I dog him for riding in the road. They give cyclists a bad name. The only time that should happen is at an organized cycling event. Otherwise, I see it as a lack of respect on the part of the cyclist for motorists. Cyclists have no business being in the lane of travel. Use the bike lane, or if their isn't one, stay as far to the right as you can. Then they bitch and moan when they get hit. Respect and road courtesy should work both ways.
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    By law, cyclists have the same rights as motorists. When you pass a cyclist, you are supposed to pass them and give them the same clearance as any vehicle. Cylclists can ride in the middle of the lane if they want to because if a car chooses to pass them they need to do it in a designated zone or change lanes. I have punched a dent into the hood of a car when some bitch tried to pass without giving me ample room running me into a curb - intentionally. I caught her at the red light and scared the shit out of her. She could have injured or killed me. Cyclists belong more on a street than they do a trail with pedestrians, which is dangerous for both. That being said, Cyclists are supposed to follow the traffic rules, stopping at stop signs and lights. The laws also very much favor cyclists and will continue to do so as more and more people are riding for commuting so motorists who get pissy about that need to get with the times a bit... or go buy a bike!

    I am a semi-pro cyclist and a trail designer for a major city... I am also only 5'7".
    Now... what did this topic have to do with large penis's?????
     
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    Laws vary from state to state. yours are not necessarily mine.

    eons ago a friend was stoppen in San Jose, CA for exceeding 25 mph. when the officer saw his drivers license, he noticed he had an unusual last name. the cop asked if he had a brother on the force. Bill said yes... the officer smiled... then gave him a speeding ticket. the serious part is that the ticket was charged against his drivers license and he received penalty point(s) on his driving record.
     
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    Here's my photo since you asked for photos.....bibs are overall more comfortable but to pop it out isn't so easy.....
     

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    Don't even get me started on bikers in car/truck lanes. Who has the time to look at the bikers in the traffic lanes and they sure don't stop/obey traffic signals.
     
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    Mmmm... bike shorts.
     

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    Mmmm... yummy.
     

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