One point for every difference you can spot in the kitchen since 2006.
Alex (above) was always the guy in the alleycat with the video camera strapped to his head. Taking that same style to the track in SF. The same obnoxious sounds would pump out of my kitchen during his roller sessions.
All I wanna do is go bang like JT
to a better place.
I usually ignore the bad news stories of cycling, certainly don't go out of my way to mention them here. Partial blame is ignorant bliss. If you enjoy hearing constant bad news, you'd be watching TV. Stolen bikes, cyclists getting car doored, broken bones, hips, arms, a cyclist stabbing a dog and owner, cyclists run down by SUVs, by trucks on training rides, hit and runs, head injuries, spinal injuries, and deaths.
Any cyclist knows it's dangerous on the road. The more time you spend on the road, the better you get at reading the signs to avoid the dangers, but no matter how good you are, think you are, no matter how tough, or 'hard' no one but no one is beyond accidents and some accidents make you sick to the stomach at their unfairness.