bikesatori wrote:people gonna be people. Almost has to be expected with the complete lack of connection (and therefore lack of understanding) people have with their surrounding environment these days...
I'm assuming these "people" who you two were referring to didn't appear to be enthusiast cyclists, but instead more like lokel yocal wannabe weekend warriors?
The assshats that told me to go f myself were locals.....but I still have my fair share of cyclists who know better then to be out
there when it's muddy. They either have that look of "oh sh@t" what is he doing out here, or "whatever" im gonna get my ride on
no matter what. He!! I had a couple tell me thats what they pay their MMBA dues for, so we can fix the trails. This was a few
years back when I wasn't the calm, easy going, and reserved person I am today. He ended up getting muddier then he
he shoved me with his bike, I shoved back. Never will forget the look of utter disbelief on their faces.