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Old 07-03-20, 03:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Velo Vol View Post
Tell him that at intersections drivers on the side roads might not see him when they turn onto his road because they aren't looking in his direction.
That's a really good point, thanks.

Originally Posted by WhyFi View Post
You could ask him if you can have his bike when he's dead, but I don't think that the bike is going to survive, either.
oof. Harsh, but I get it.

Originally Posted by datlas View Post
Hawk Mountain Century* done.

Originally Posted by LAJ View Post
Just hit him in the head with a ball bat, that way the motorist that kills him won't have the associated guilt. Obviously, those idiots piss me off.
oof. He's a great guy, can't decide if riding with him might help or just make me angry the whole time.

Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
I witnessed this yesterday when I was driving to the grocery store. I immediately turned around and went home. I was scared of what I would see next.
I don't get it. Hate it when I see it, too.

Salmon belong in rivers, not on roads.
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