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Offline PA

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Saw a group of cyclist run a red light on day and the camera was flashing like Mondi at a warehouse party.



Offline 98octane

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

They do, but for most cyclists exceeding 40 or 50 is pretty difficult. Not hard for very keen cyclists though ;)



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


After 11, but not quiet until 2am on Fri/Sat nights.



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Offline Aircon

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Is that a challenge?

Sure...if you'd like it to be. Will there be rule breaking involved?

Plus...I won't raise a sweat :)

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Offline shack

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Will there be rule breaking involved?


Love rule breaking - any rules particularly. BTW: doing 30km/h on a bicycle is childs play - 40km/h at short burst is also not biggy



Offline Aircon

  • Master Baiter 300kph+ club
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  • Location: Melbourne, Australia
  • Name: Peter
Love rule breaking - any rules particularly. BTW: doing 30km/h on a bicycle is childs play - 40km/h at short burst is also not biggy

You must have a faster push bike than I do.

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Offline PA

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The missus and I ride around 50 to 55 km on our morning ride and we average 27 to 28 km/h most mornings over the full distance. My son in law does the 40km cycle leg of a Olympic distance triathlon in 60 mins.



Offline Aircon

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  • Name: Peter
The missus and I ride around 50 to 55 km on our morning ride and we average 27 to 28 km/h most mornings over the full distance. My son in law does the 40km cycle leg of a Olympic distance triathlon in 60 mins.

Your pushbikes are faster than mine too then. :)

ok..maybe it's me.
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Offline shack

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The missus and I ride around 50 to 55 km on our morning ride and we average 27 to 28 km/h most mornings over the full distance. My son in law does the 40km cycle leg of a Olympic distance triathlon in 60 mins.

So he can burst to 50-60km/h on the flat no problem



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