Silly Cyclists – Episode 21

February 4, 2011 — 2 Comments

It’s that time again, another episode of silly cyclists. This week’s top 10 see’s 3 video submissions, some red light jumping, incorrect bicycle lights and some wobbly cycling.

If you wish to submit a video for the next episode of silly cyclists, please e-mail your clip to sillycyclists at gmail dot com. I will try to reply to all that e-mail me.


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2 responses to Silly Cyclists – Episode 21

  1. I believe the act of not wobbling encourages close passing. Whereas wobbling, increases uncertainty in the mind of a driver.

    I use it to unsettle drivers, and I am led to believe it’s similarly used by others, if Dr Ian Walker is to be believed.
    I’m not very good at it, I have to remember to do it and I soon return to my default state of not wobbling. I believe cars keep further away when I wobble, but it would need objective research to know for sure.

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