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Alley Cat Racing?

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
Hi,

Does anyone have any experience participating in alley cat races? This is generally and almost exclusively the same group that participates in Critical Mass. Trying to get a feel for everything that is involved in the racing.

Thanks!
post #2 of 6

Re: Alley Cat Racing?

Alleycat racing is usually by couriers.....racing through the mean street of every city in the world. Very fast and dangerous....
post #3 of 6

Re: Alley Cat Racing?

and why not particpiate


perpertrate the myth that cyclists are mean bastards that dont care about safety or pedestrians or cars

hey why not try without a helmet

not trying to throw bad vibes your way but its best left alone try knitting instead
post #4 of 6
Thread Starter 

Re: Alley Cat Racing?

That sounds nice. I took 4th place and the only thing I deliver is beer when cruising to a friends house. I ride soley for fun. ; ) Have a great day knitting.

--
-duskins


Quote:
Originally Posted by Jeytown
and why not particpiate


perpertrate the myth that cyclists are mean bastards that dont care about safety or pedestrians or cars

hey why not try without a helmet

not trying to throw bad vibes your way but its best left alone try knitting instead
post #5 of 6

Re: Alley Cat Racing?

cool as bro

i couldnt think of a better thing to give you than a nice knitted warmer for your cervical collar when you get cleaned up by a truck also which straw do you like drinking your steak out of blues plastic or those crazy straws that have lots of circles

which i hope never happens to you
you sound like a good bloke

i hope that when you win first in your race consider all the risks
dont ever ***** about not being taken seriously on the road cause its races like these that make it hard for us to be legitimised as a road user the first thing tintops say about cyclists is a vague reference to some f&*kwit road courier that cut them off in the city

but hey who am i

maybe i need a beer and pizza delivered to me by racer 2006 (insert penis width here) guy then ill feel better about all the needless road cyclists accidents.



hey by the way these smilies are fun to play with arent they.

i guess if i come across shirty its that i have three very important tennants in my life

you should have at least 3 immutable principles
  1. I believe that every one has the right to express there feeling rightly or wrongly
  2. That you get one chance at life dont f&*ck it up and everoneelse has that equal chance at life (very important in my line of work i see too much accidents and a majority of them because they arent willing to respect point 2)
  3. you only get one chance at an impression
okay i think ive typed enough back into my cave i go

boy is it dark in here

hey you know what would go good here

cheese
post #6 of 6
Thread Starter 

Re: Alley Cat Racing?

Dear Jeytown,

In response to your smiles I feel it is necessary to insert the phrase "viva la resistance!" to thwart back that awful insert peepee line you've insisted on.

Salt lake city, unfortunately does not have courier service. We're all just pretenders and wannabes. Our Critical Mass has everything from road bikes, fixies, mountain bikes, EVEN FULL SUSPENSION? Weird, and lots of single-speed riders (I qualify) type riders. (if your main bike is a fixie, you pretty much have have to be ass-barkwards and retarded if you live in SLC, it really limits you, I don't care who you are, you're not riding the avenues on one and you're not utliziling the millions of acres of trail riding that surrounds the city in the mountains, 5 minutes from downtown). There are only two official bicycle couriers in the entire city. Viva la weewee. Wait, that can't be right?--

I too hope to never get pealed off of the front end of truck, I'll wish the same in your behalf, that would really hurt or. . . not hurt at all? either way would be a really bad day. : /

I have no idea what a bloke is.

Of course, SLC is particular bad for riding city streets (People are like, what's a bicyclist? Oh those fat guys that wear spandex and ride $7,000 reproduction international winner bikes?) It's actually worse in the suburbs! Isn't that weird? The busiest streets in SLC, where people get smashed are not located in Downtown SLC.

I don't expect anyone to take me seriously when I'm riding, including myself. I'm safe to a degree, but honestly, there are portions to the danger that we all enjoy including you, dear viva la weenie.

Yum beer and pizza.

Principles eh? I have a couple, I think:

1.) Never be offended and try not to offend with intent.
2.) It's okay that I have a big peepee.
3.) Beer, cigarettes and grease bomb and ass blowing food are all parts of conditioning.

4th place baby. Not 3rd, not 2nd, not 1st and I'm still stoked.


Quote:
Originally Posted by Jeytown
cool as bro

i couldnt think of a better thing to give you than a nice knitted warmer for your cervical collar when you get cleaned up by a truck also which straw do you like drinking your steak out of blues plastic or those crazy straws that have lots of circles

which i hope never happens to you
you sound like a good bloke

i hope that when you win first in your race consider all the risks
dont ever ***** about not being taken seriously on the road cause its races like these that make it hard for us to be legitimised as a road user the first thing tintops say about cyclists is a vague reference to some f&*kwit road courier that cut them off in the city

but hey who am i

maybe i need a beer and pizza delivered to me by racer 2006 (insert penis width here) guy then ill feel better about all the needless road cyclists accidents.



hey by the way these smilies are fun to play with arent they.

i guess if i come across shirty its that i have three very important tennants in my life

you should have at least 3 immutable principles
  1. I believe that every one has the right to express there feeling rightly or wrongly
  2. That you get one chance at life dont f&*ck it up and everoneelse has that equal chance at life (very important in my line of work i see too much accidents and a majority of them because they arent willing to respect point 2)
  3. you only get one chance at an impression
okay i think ive typed enough back into my cave i go

boy is it dark in here

hey you know what would go good here

cheese
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