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    Revive Militant Cycling

    Seeing how most of the virus affected are obese and suffering from respiratory impairment from breathing the noxious fumes of petrol puking sacred cows of America...
    Maybe it is time for cyclists to start packing a tactical chest holster with a S&W model 629. (Blow ur head clean off..)

    This will save the US economy trillions, and subsequently establish accountability for stupid 'birdshitforbrains' behaviors from the morons driving 4dr Ford Kingfuktrucks.

    BTW we should applaud Tesla for the autonomous driving innovations.

    One of the reasons Elon Musk developed automomous driving was because of a cyclist run over and killed by some fukwit sacred-cow driver..
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    I always thought that launching hand grenades or poison darts from the bike was a good idea.

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    We could rename Lawn Darts and just call them Cycling Darts. I'd imagine those would be pretty effective at getting drivers attention when it winds up in the front seat by way of the windshield, or when piercing the sidewall of a car tire.

    I like this idea. I'm envisioning a nice utility belt around the waist with lawn darts all in a row, ready for action.

    (I think I've been Self Isolating too long...)

    Actually the streets are nearly empty around here lately, makes commuting much more pleasant. Plus better air quality. We may be on to something here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *OneSpeed* View Post
    Actually the streets are nearly empty around here lately, makes commuting much more pleasant. Plus better air quality. We may be on to something here.
    Exactamundo...This is something to keep on...

    (BTW...the lawn dart idear sounds like great fun-time...
    Cheers JJ

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    I think Joe Exotic should run for president of USA Cycling so this effort can gather some steam.
    The only important thing these days, is rhythm and melody. Rhythm...and melody.

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    I get 3-4K miles in on a road bike per year. 99% of the drivers are respectful and give space...but I live in a relatively rural area.

    While I enjoy less crowded roads, it's sad the economic hardship that is being levied on those that cannot afford it.

    Given this is a MTB site, I can say I have never had a run in with a driver on the trail...and most around here are forced to drive to get to the trails.

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    No oil, no bikes.
    Militant Bike riders are just another special interest group.
    Freedom is a shield against the negative consequences of the Foolishness of others.



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    I will say this:

    Firing a weapon from a moving vehicle is one of the most liberating things you can do.
    Death from Below.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Duke View Post
    I will say this:

    Firing a weapon from a moving vehicle is one of the most liberating things you can do.
    Not near so Liberating as firing a revolver from horseback....

    Old Trooper Liberated me once back in the day when I tried it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Duke View Post
    I will say this:

    Firing a weapon from a moving vehicle is one of the most liberating things you can do.



    Is that why all the road signs in NM are full of bullet holes? Maybe I'll bring the pistol along on my next ride.
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    Revive? I don't think this was ever vived in the first place.
    Riding Washington State singletrack since 1986

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    way too much going on here /closed

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