On 13/02/2014 16:23, Tarcap wrote:
"Bertie Wooster" wrote in message
On Thu, 13 Feb 2014 09:56:20 +0000, Mrcheerful
The cyclist was travelling too fast down a hill and smashed into the
elderly woman .
Luckily passers by took her to hospital for facial surgery.
“They do come down at a heck of a speed. They think they are coming down
a hill in the Tour De France. I was in the wrong place at the wrong
I wonder what the result would have been if it has been a car driver
coming down the hill, and not a cyclist.
But it wasn't. It was a cyclist. If it had been a car it would have been
easily identifiable by its number plates, and the car would have carried
insurance, which would have enable her to claim compensation.
So, unfortunately, it was a cyclist, who apparently did their normal
trick and scarpered.
But this is a cycling NG. Please at least make some attempt to stay on
topic, and not try to deflect the conversation to some non-existent
Let the wriggling commence.............
If wriggling were an Olympic sport, Crispin would win a Gold.
Dave - Cyclists VOR. "Many people barely recognise the bicycle as a
legitimate mode of transport; it is either a toy for children or a
vehicle fit only for the poor and/or strange," Dave Horton, of Lancaster
University, wrote in an interim assessment of the Understanding Walking
and Cycling study. "For them, cycling is a bit embarrassing, they fail
to see its purpose, and have no interest in integrating it into their
lives, certainly on a regular basis."