No point in being built for
show and not for go. Donít talk the talk, if
you havenít walked the walk. The tough get going, when the going gets
tough. The bullshit stops when the flag drops.
And never bullshit a bullshiter.
the pedal to the metal up hills, is generally safer than throttling
You are on this Earth to help your fellow man.
But, have as much fun as you can whilst you help her.
Muggs cyclists get their jollies
from carbon neutral aerobic exercise and camping under the stars, and go out
of their way to encourage other Australians into the merits of regular,
rigorous, challenging, recreational exercise within a collegiate supportive
Giving your time and support to encourage and
accommodate others can help establish powerful social support networks.
Being solely preoccupied with "What is in it for me?" could break
them down. If you can't say or do something helpful to make others
welcome at Nosh Stops like
ensuring there are enough chairs for slower cyclists to join the table, then keep any smart-arse comments to oneself.
Encourage the idiosyncratic and extreme.
And don't lose your
fire, 'cause that is who you are!
Cycling and imbibing a wee dram aren't good bedfellows. Get out
of one bed before you slip into the other.
Cycle single file on
roads when there is an unbroken centre line, thereby avoiding the one-out 'death seat',
placate the ire of RedNecks and 'ipso facto'
thereby help to keep the rubber side down.
Donít be a tight arse when
the bill comes around, Ďcause only fish need one.