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Offline 98octane

Another reason that cycling in inner Melbourne is almost always faster than driving. ::)

I now avoid driving to town until late at night when there is little traffic and some of the 40 zones become 60 again.



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Another reason that cycling in inner Melbourne is almost always faster than driving. ::)

I now avoid driving to town until late at night when there is little traffic and some of the 40 zones become 60 again.


How late at night???????  It still took me a while to get out even at 10pm........     :?



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Another reason that cycling in inner Melbourne is almost always faster than driving. ::)

I now avoid driving to town until late at night when there is little traffic and some of the 40 zones become 60 again.

And motorcycling/scootering is faster again.
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I wondered why they don't score cut the pavers.



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I wondered why they don't score cut the pavers.

that would involve logic.....remember we are talking ACC
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don't the lycra brigade have to keep to posted speed limits too? would be interesting to see them book for speeding.



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isn't that called beastality??????

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isn't that called beastality??????

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lol...shhhhhhh.
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don't the lycra brigade have to keep to posted speed limits too? would be interesting to see them book for speeding.

They don't set off the speed cameras, not that I have seen anyhoo.....



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Have seen a video floating around of someone on a longboard setting off a camera, it wasn't in Australia but I don't imagine the tech. is all that different. A push bike can trigger the induction loops for traffic lights..



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