The most dangerous thing on the road is anyone that is not paying attention.
As a cycle courier / messenger / unskilled labourer on wheels I saw this first hand on many occasions, and also experienced it.
In between jobs on a very slow day in London I was ambling without purpose in Trafalgar Square. Between daydreaming at walking pace and a turn of the bars a taxi clipped my wheel. Not enough to throw me or cause damage, but enough to bring me back down to earth.
I've seen cyclists, motorcyclists and cars all come to grief from 'checking out' their surroundings, forgetting that they are travelling forward, and that the traffic ahead has stopped. Often low speed, sometimes a little faster.
As the temperatures rise, the distractions increase in size and frequency - so remember to keep your eyes on the road - whether your name is Rhonda or not.
Of course, the likely hood of a collision and resultant injury from this Cinelli distraction while sat at your desktop, or from your tablet thingy on your lap is extremely low - but you may suffer serious lulls in productivity.
Grazie a Liz il nostro modello Italiano!