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Karl McCracken (@KarlOnSea
3 years 4 months ago
Oh dear – the stuff with the car on the right… a lesson of bitter experience? Look on the bright side though. If things were reversed, then the sort of routine antisocial, casual law-breaking that many drivers indulge in would also be allowed for bikes. Want to ride on the UK’s pavement (that’s the sidewalk to you)? No problem – *everyone* drives along it to park out of the way of other cars. Want to ride fast in a residential street? No problem – that “speed limit” is really more of a guide anyway, set ont he expectation that 15%… Read more »
Connie
3 years 4 months ago

Love the ulock detail!

Prady
3 years 4 months ago

Hey,
You got a taste of cars for sure. I’m damn sure no one else would have ever cartooned “Kizashi” till date!!!

Alan (Uncle Robot)
Alan (Uncle Robot)
3 years 4 months ago

At least didn’t steal our engines like happened last week – no more hating.

CPTJohnC
CPTJohnC
3 years 4 months ago
Fun comparisons. I love the U-lock to solid objects. Of course, urban car drivers might not find this very funny: you realize, of course, that car wheels do get stolen, and probably with a frequency not altogether different from bike wheels? They also have 4 of them to replace (usually all stolen as a set) and they are worth similar amounts of money, but car wheels have a much readier resale market. The seat, though, is almost uniquely a bicycling problem, I think. I never worried about my motorcycle seat. Or wheels, for that matter.
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