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After a motorist didn't give way to me I got into a conversation with him which ended up with a "Fuck off, nigger" from me.

I shocked myself that I could even say that to a person in real life.

Thanks 4chan, you have brain washed me.
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I'll just add that since I live in the UK, this would have been classified as a hate crime.

The motorist was of middle eastern origin.
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>>1019568
>calling people names
>hate crime
>crime

It's not 4chan that's brainwashed :^)
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>>1019569
In the uk it is a hate crime

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hey /n/, this winter break my friend and I will be biking around Los Angeles. I'm from Seattle and he's from Minneapolis so we're not familiar with the area. We have three weeks. We're planning on hanging around Angeles National Park as well as Joshua Tree park. We will be there mid-December thru the beginning of January. Any advice? Suggestions regarding where to bike? Places or roads to avoid? Thanks :)
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nice crosscheck, fred
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>>1018882
thanks buddy.
h-how did you know?
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>>1018902
Cuz ur fred nd all freds r the same
pls be in london

We all know about the air force one or marine one, but how about other countries' VVIP aircraft?
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I personally like smaller private jet-type state VVIP aircraft compared to those big-ass converted passenger aircraft, tho each countries has its own reason (or the lack of one) to use bigger aircraft
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This came with my bike. I can't work out what it is.
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Touch up clear coat paint?
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energy gel- drink it
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It's for saddle sores mate, mighty kind of them to include that.

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Hey /n/, im looking into getting a road bike for transport around uni (and the city), and exercise.

Would a single speed be the best for me? If so, why? Would this benefit transportation and/or exercise?

And where could i purchase whatever type of bike i settle on that wont break my bank? (My budget is about $400-$500)
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>>1021203
>Would a single speed be the best for me? If so, why? Would this benefit transportation and/or exercise?

For most riders it is personal preference. You don't need gears for small/medium hills. For a road bike, you probably won't be off roading that much, so you won't need gears. Generally I stick to the 3rd ring for flat/mild hills, 2nd ring for moderate hills, and 1st ring for very steep or off-road hills. I can do basic off roading on a single speed cruiser bike...
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>>1021354
Not looming for a crazy intense workout as of now. The exercise i would plan to get with it would be like a 4-5 hour ride.

Ive been doing some research and found this:
http://www.bikesdirect.com/products/motobecane/fixie-record-dropbar-trackbikes.htm

What are your thoughts?
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>>1021363
If you're just getting started in road cycling, I would personally recommend getting a bike with multiple gears. There's no reason you couldn't be very happy with a singlespeed for longer rides, if you lived somewhere flat, or as if the other anon said, that was your personal preference - but if you've never ridden a road bike before, having variable gears will really help you as you start building fitness and getting used to a new kind of riding.

With a $4-500 budget, I'd be looking...
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>>>/reddit/
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>>1021007
They don't though. That's post editing. In real life it looks the same except with no trail, defeating the point.
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>>1021007
This is fucking retarded. Am I suppose to believe these stupid motherfuckers recreated the reality of physics to leave literal "light" "trails" from led lights attched to a bike?

I ain't clicking dat der shit, woke af

Sup /n/

Do you guys wear sun protection (sunscreen, UPF clothing, etc) when you ride? You should consider it. Also, I'm looking for feedback on my website about UPF clothing: http://sunkillproducts.com/

Any feedback? Things I should add or change?
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>>1020728
Listen faggot,

You think you can advertise your shitty business on 4chan for FREE? LOL, no, you have to PAY to do that here -- and we're not interested in your shitty products anyway. So how about you fuck the fuck off?
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Reported, saged.
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>>1020735
>>1020741
>ask for feedback
>advertising

Yeah I'm not seeing the connection.

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I live in a shitty area, my previous bike was stolen. I got a new bike with a more sturdy chain lock, but now I'm paranoid it could get stolen again.

Does /n/ have recommended GPS trackers for cheap (chinkshit from sites like aliexpress?), with decent battery, mobile apps, etc so you can track the bike's exact location if it gets stolen?
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like you are going to approach the thief and say "give bike back please sir"
yeah that will surely do
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first of all, yes your new bike is gonna be stolen too. The time it takes is up to you but you should take note of these tips if you want it to last longer:
>cheap bike so they don't want to steal it or so your loss isn't a big deal
>Two hardened chains or U locks so your lock both wheels to the frame and both chains to a secure spot. This may cost more than the bike itself but don't go too cheap here.
>be sure the padlocks aren't of a dented or tubular key. Don't...
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>>1019596
write down your serial number and fetch the fuzz

>I also believe that one of the first rules of good urban design is that we must treat cars as a shameful disease to be hidden from the public view so that urban design can be centered on human beings. The presence of too many cars is deleterious to any urban environment, so having cars right in your face, parked on the curb, is the exact opposite of what we should aim for. Hide the cars away so that you can focus the environment on people, not vehicles.
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If you have a bike but not a car, you are either a hipster who works at an organic food co-op or a NEET. I have a bike and a car and wouldn't want to go without either. Both do things that the other can't.
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>>1019216
The idea is that we should try to shift toward cities and urban environments where one could very reasonably live with just a bike and no car, instead of resigning ourselves to being dependent on cars because "that's just how it is."
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>>1019218
i live 1 hour from town.

my driveway is 2 miles long.

you need cars where i live.

now if i lived in town id just cruise everywhere comfy bike life

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You guys got any transportation related Pepes you want to share?
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So I'm pretty new to cycling, got a Ghost road bike at REI about 3 months ago and have put around 500 miles on it since then on rides of 15-25 miles each. I've been wearing the same clothes I wear running, just normal fitting athletic clothes - shorts, short-sleeve shirt, plus a track jacket if it's cold. No tight spandex or anything like I see a lot of cyclists wear. Why should I really wear that stuff? It's more aero sure but is that just minor min-max type stuff or does it really make a noticeable difference?
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It's less about aero and more about comfort, particularly the shorts.
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>>1018512
The padding in cycling shorts is important for comfort if you're going to be spending more than 2-3 hours in the saddle at a time.

Cycling jerseys have pockets that you can stash food in; also important for multi-hour rides.

Neither matter if you're topping out at 25 mile rides.
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>>1018513
>>1018514
Mandatory if rainy. Otherwise you can always ride comfortably without them.

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I like the look of women's bikes and I like the concept of not having to do a stretch or tilt my bike everytime I want to get on or off

In the flesh I've only seen one person riding a ladies bike. Anyone here ride ladies bikes can report on reactions and the advantages over gents bikes
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>>1019862
get a fucking dutch bike.
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Looks like exactly the same thing. Okay then let's rephrase the question to what are the pros and cons of such a design
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The big disadvantage of a step thru is lower frame stiffness. Many of them are heavier, too. Losing the double triangle causes a lot of compromises in the structure of the bike. That's why mixtes are great. They retain the double triangle, so you get most of the advantages of a step thru but with a stiffer and lighter frame.

It's hard to find a new drop-bar mixte in the US these days (most are flat bar grip shift with IGHs), but there are lots of old Peugeot and Shogun mixtes still around. New, you can build up a Soma Buena Vista if you have a decent budget....
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I'm trying to make a practical bike and parts of that includes carrying capacity. I thought about getting a basket and then I saw people using these crates

Anyone got any experience with them and other than aesthetics are there any downsides
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buy a fucking car or use the metro
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>>1019725

Costs more

Not like I'm moving house by bike I just want easier and fewer grocery trips and be able to travel without my backpack on due to how sweaty I am when I get where I'm going
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Nah, they're great. Just make sure it's firmly attached to your rack and you're good to go. It will break after some time though, good thing they're everywhere and for free

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Tell me /n/. To what distance of travel, or location of riding is your limit for when you should wear a helmet. If I never see any cars where I ride, and I'm not in any danger of smacking my head on the pavement, do I still have to carry my helmet to class or can I live on the edge and ride with an unprotected melon?
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>>1019621
Is it required by law in your area? If not you never need to wear it but can I'd you would like
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>>1019621
On my country if you leave city/village roads, you must wear a helmet, and if you are 16 or under 16, you must wear a helmet always.
I like wearing helmets, they give me fred status and makes me different to the plebs.
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>>1019621
Broadly speaking, its totally up to you. If you want to risk your head you can, but I don't see any good reason not to wear a helmet.

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If you don't wear a helmet, you deserve what you get.
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I agree
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>>1018886
this won't help when you fall on your face and hit your chin/nose on the asphalt.
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Dry forehead and wind in my hair?

I'm looking for MTB-style mudguards for pic related.

Any tips?
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>>1018323
Yes
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>>1018323
Maybe
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>>1018323
>memebike
"No"

I have a cyclocross bike that I'm having a hard time making more practical.

Rear rack complaints: I just don't like the idea. I want to be able to see stuff. I have an Axiom rack and basket I need to return because their bullshit quick-release system is awful. Topeak rack+basket seemed okay but the disc nor non-disc version didn't fit without having to cut something. I'm paranoid about not being able to see the load. Don't like the reduced ability to swing leg over the back.

Front rack: seems nowhere near the drop-in-and-go convenience...
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and this is what I mean by the bus arm. Could it stabilize the front wheel if you can't get it past the front rack stays? Can it be used on the rear wheel instead?
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This 'basket' can't hold small items without secondary containment, while also being able to carry less wide things than a normal front flat 'rack'.
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I've had one before, the stays are very weak, and I hate the hangars over the handlebars.

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So some bastard stole my bike today. I'm a little mad right now.

But I'm just wondering if its even worth reporting to the police. There were no cameras at the location it was stolen from so the chance of catching the guy or getting it back seems minuscule. I'm in the UK if that makes any difference to anything.

Has anyone here managed to get a stolen bike back? Have the police ever been any help whatsoever?
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Where did you leave it and how long?
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>>1017887
I have, but only because I lived in a small town and was lucky. You'll probably never find your bike, mate.

And nope, unless it's a very flashy bike (with a weird frame) or you put a gps or some shit like that inside the frame, they won't help, especially in a big city where bike thieves are commons.
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Might be a good idea to file a police report if you're planning on getting a new bike paid for by your insurance.

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>He fell for the Brooks jew

Enjoy your ED losers!
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Op triggered because people ride saddles that cost more than his bike.
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>none of the saddles in the pic are Brooks

Also, meet Sheldon Brown, a staunch proponent of leather saddles and his 2 (two) children.
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>>1012351
His daughter is a qt

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Space General /sg/

Can we talk about space travel?
What types of vehicles are companies currently developing and using?
What are the current short and long term goals of said companies?

I'm particularly interested in seeing what SpaceX is capable of in the coming years. They successfully landed their 6th Falcon 9 1st stage last night (the 4th to land on a droneship). Their current schedule aims to launch a 'used' rocket as well as Falcon Heavy for the first time this fall, test the in-flight abort system and life support systems of Crew Dragon...
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>>>/sci/
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Space blimps when?

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What's the maximum throughput of a tram line? What factors can impair that? Like how the maximum throughput of a metro is 40 TPH, but branches and merging can reduce that.
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Tram lines don't usually use the railway-like traffic control technology, that's one of the main factors that make tram a tram. That means there is no real thing like trains per hour at tram line. There are only theoretical numbers that say how much trams can still go thru a line without making it congested.

>branches and merging
most of the tram systems on the world work actually as a system, not several separated lines. That means there are dosens of branches and merging and junctions in every system. The most busy parts can...
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>>1020584
>40 TPH
>TPH
What does this mean? Thousan Per Hour? As in thousands of pax per hour?

You have to take into account how the maximum occupation of rail vehicles is calculated. Standard calculation is four people per square meters. Many specifications will calculate way more than that, which is a Tokyo-style crush load. Picture four people on one square meter, you're already breathing down the other persons neck. More than that is just madness....
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>>1020629
trains per hour, not that hard to get it

what killed cheatline liveries?
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>>1020446
ur mum
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>>1020446
Why are you putting your wheel brakes on mid flight?
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>>1020460
forgot to turn off autobrake like a complete idiot

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Is this the official band of /n/?
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I mean just look at these
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What does /n/ think of helix?
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>>1020061
sds
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I have no need for a folding bike but if I did I'd want something like that. Preferably it would be made of aluminium to bring the price and weight down and I'd use the money saved to upgrade to hydraulic brakes. I'd also get the Alfine 11 version so a seatstay split for a belt drive would be nice (if it could work with the folding mechanism).
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>>1020188
fuck off shill

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>A man approaches a bicycle, handheld electric saw at the ready. He powers it on, starts to drill, and is shot in the face with a noxious spray that makes him vomit uncontrollably. This is the dream of the inventors of SkunkLock.

Thoughts?

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/oct/21/bike-lock-developed-that-makes-thieves-immediately-vomit
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>go out drinking
>fiddle with the lock on your way back
>can't optimally unlock the chain due to drunkeness
>get skunk'd

sounds like a great idea!
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>>1019852
The shit sprays when the lock is cut into, not fiddled with
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>>1019850
>Thoughts?
Sounds like a solution in search of a problem.
Besides, what's to keep the pukey thief from still stealing the bike?
Finally, viral marketing is prohibited here.

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Are cyclists inherently stupid?
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Laminar flow is inherently stupid to be honest
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>>1019283
Why wouldn't they just go around, a bunch of morons just straight up drove into the motorcycle.
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What was the motorcyclist doing there?

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>riding bike to work
>new bike feeling good
>bitch doesnt look to the right before she turns when im crossing the road
>hits me and fucks up my leg and my bike
>"omg so sorry ill pull over hold on"
>speeds off
>greek stickers all over college car

When do the joys of biking begin?
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When you move to a first world country
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>looking at the stickers and not memorizing her license plate
dude I know that shock sucks and adrenaline is all up in your veins and shit but report the car model to Campus PD and maybe they can ID that slut.
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>>1018719
Live by the cage, die by the cage
seriously, I'll bet this chick has a parking permit at her local university and they always ask for the make, model, year, and plate number before they give those out. Do it OP, be your own hero

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Do you take pictures when you are riding?
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Does my helmet camera count?

If so, yes.
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Very rarely, if I see something interesting and have the time to take out my phone and snatch a picture, and there's not much traffic around. Most of the times I'll just stop though.
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>>1014444
>cyclists are smart, they said

Am the only one that can't get this fucker aligned? My frame is straight. I start with the bottom two bolts. I can't tell if the rack is straight but with the two bottom bolts in place it is at least 1cm off center. Can't imagine I should try too hard to bend the aluminum and/or rely on the seat stays to hold it in place.
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Pics of rack on your bike.
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>>1018733
I don't have enough fucking lasers and plumb bobs to decide what is straight and what isn't. Cannot get the fucker aligned with the wheel.
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I can't imagine it should take any more than 10 minutes to perfectly install a rack. It's made of aluminum so bending it into place is not easy, probably not even safe, I have been trying anyway but it just isn't even close.

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You guys can go out and wear your little magic fag hats on training rides or commutes. But if i ever catch you disrespecting the spirt and tradition of touring by wearing a fucking helmet, well just hope i don't see you on the road...
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Phew! Safe. I never wear a helmet. Then again I'm also heterosexual.
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>>1017740
Uh oh, everyone better look out, we got a genuine INTERNET TOUGH GUY over here! BE AFRAID, BE ***VERY VERY AFRAID!***

LOL, fag
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>>1017740
Tell you what, Mister Internet Tough Guy: I see anyone wearing a faggy straw hat like that on their equally faggy, filthy-casuals' flat-bar bike (most likely a 90's rigid mtb with slicks on it) I'll bump your skinny ass off the road, then we'll see how you feel about 'helmets are for fags' when you're in the ER with a concussion and/or a cracked skull.


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