Stop and Go

It’s turning out to be a great week for riding. On my way home I stopped by the CVS for a prescription, which helped me get a little extra time in the saddle.

As I was riding home on Lindberg Road, a cyclist in front of me was being daring at the stop signs. The closest we get to traffic jams in West Lafayette is being four cars deep at the stop signs. This guy came up to the stop sign, stopped for just a moment, then continued. Of course, everyone else was doing the ‘take your turn’ method, so he got some looks and a honk. He immediately flipped off the honker. Then, everyone was looking at me to screw up as well, but I was a good boy.

365 #229

Miles Ridden: 13.2

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2 Responses to Stop and Go

  1. Marla...O.A.F. with altitude says:

    It’s always refreshing to hear a cyclist is still following the rules. Too bad for us the other one makes us all look bad!

  2. Apertome says:

    I’m glad you are getting some good riding in. I like the way you work it into your everyday errands. I need to do more of that.

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