Why Is the Supply of Idiot Mountain Bikers ENDLESS?

Discussion in 'Mountain Bikes' started by Mike Vandeman, Oct 9, 2004.

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    From: Caley Fretz <[email protected]>
    Subject: oh yeah
    Date: Sat, 9 Oct 2004 23:34:46 -0400
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    I also wonder if you realize that there is more to life than looking at things.
    You reiterate numerous times on your website that bikers are going to fast to
    see nature. I don't see why this is so bad. The reason I mountain bike is not to
    look at nature, it is to have fun. Having fun is pretty cool, you should try it
    also, you say all bikers would have access to all trails if only they would
    choose to walk. You are missing the point. We find walking too boring, unless
    it is a very special place (some places even I think should be closed to
    mountain bikers because they are so beautiful, take Yosemite for example). You
    average woods would be boring as heck to go through at 3 mph, but at 15 or 20,

    I know this is going right with your casting of bikers, but I feel that if I met
    you on a trail I would feel an immense need to shove a flower up your ass. Or
    maybe a frog. But I wouldn't, because your not worth that much destruction of

    I am working on creating wildlife habitat that is off-limits to
    humans ("pure habitat"). Want to help? (I spent the previous 8
    years fighting auto dependence and road construction.)


  2. MV quotes Caley Fretz:

    > but I feel that if I met
    >you on a trail I would feel an immense need to shove a flower up your ass. Or
    >maybe a frog.

    Mikey, babe, you aren't going to get a better offer this month - I say go for

    Steve ;-)