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Wide c*rs and tr*cks!!

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Wide c*rs and tr*cks!!

Post by j.p. on Mon Sep 09, 2013 11:46 am

Breaking in the new Pilot2's in the morning, accompanied by my little flat friend...



Bike is 50 lbs lighter all of a sudden, and you don't need to tug on the bars anymore. Quite nice!

However, on the way home 8 hours later, a bit of a surprise finding the newly graveled shoulders have been spread all over the corners by people who can't keep their cars on the pavement. And I REALLY didn't need Bubba driving towards me in MY lane!



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Re: Wide c*rs and tr*cks!!

Post by stubottle on Tue Sep 10, 2013 9:01 pm

Confusing. Driving on the pavement in the good old UK is discouraged! Shocked 
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