“Eddie” from the movie “American Flyers” lives in Southern California. Ride the San Gabriel River Trail through the City of Pico Rivera if you want to meet him.
Own at least a basic set of bicycle tools. And, know how to use them.
It is not a social faux pas to have a cassette larger than 25-teeth.
Cycling is a life experience. Don’t be afraid to try new things, such as ride routes, ride times, components, clothing, and even the people whom you ride with.
Ride out of your comfort zone on occasion. You will be amazed at what you can do.
Why a “Top of The Line” cycling helmet should cost as much as a very good motorcycle helmet is beyond me.
Check your tire air pressure before each ride. You are already doing this, aren’t you?
Check your tires post-ride for debris, cuts and tears. You are already doing this too, right?
It is not a crime to ride an “Endurance” bike.
Cycling jerseys should ALWAYS have a full-length zipper.
Tall cycling socks add a touch of flair, provide some protection from road debris, plus offer compression and support.
Front and rear, bright, blinking lights during the daytime are a darn good idea.
While riding a bicycle, trust absolutely no one! You are responsible for your own safety.
Ride on the correct side of the road. If not, you are just pissing people off.
Bicyclists are the most vulnerable to collisions with motor vehicles, even more so than pedestrians are. Yet, cyclists are treated with the most distain by the public and law enforcement, alike. This needs to stop.
Who mandated such ridiculous stock seatpost setback numbers? Give us zero to five degrees, and let us work it out for ourselves with the saddle and the stem.
The vehicle code is a set of RULES. They are not suggestions, as so many cyclists seem to think.