Shit Cyclists Say

Written by Boston Biker on Jan 24

More true than a lot of people would like to admit…but also should be called “shit roadies say” but that might be splitting hairs. Either way, funny.

Thanks Ron for the tip.

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6 Responses to “Shit Cyclists Say”

  1. By yikesbikes on Jan 25, 2012 | Reply

    Not splitting hairs at all. I had the same thought. I’d love to see a “Shit Transportation Cyclists Say” version.

  2. By cycler on Jan 25, 2012 | Reply

    My nominations for “shit transpo cyclists say”

    “How many lumens is that headlight?”,
    ” Did you ride the other day when it was 2 degrees F, with -5 windchill- I rode that day”
    “I got so soaked riding home the other day”
    “no bad weather, only bad clothing”
    “Fucking Massholes”
    “Look what I carried on my bike” (AKA I carried 100lbs of bricks on my bike)
    “What kind of panniers are those”
    “are those “to see” or To be seen” lights?”
    Are those tires Kevlar protected?
    I’m thinking of getting studded tires.
    I’m thinking of getting an Xtracycle/cargo bike.
    Dynamo headlights are the best
    Did you see my twine wrapped water bottle?
    I love my Honjo hammered fenders.
    What’s you’re favorite model brooks?

  3. By becoming on Jan 25, 2012 | Reply

    yikesbikes: yes! “Can I put reflective tape on this?”

  4. By Phoenix Boulay on Jan 25, 2012 | Reply

    I agree we need one for ““shit transpo cyclists say”. Probably things like “I nearly got doored 5 times just riding up Centre St.!” and “That damned T bus almost sideswiped me!” and “Can you believe that guy yelled at me to get out of the road?!!”

  5. By Wandering Woman on Wheels on Jan 25, 2012 | Reply

    “If I get one more flat, I’m getting radials!”

  6. By JKCRB on Feb 8, 2012 | Reply

    This video is cycling satire at its finest. There are some clever angles we discovered and talked about on our blog,

    Let’s just say our favorite riding persona was the “riding buddy”.

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