I hear you. Totally agree. Cycling is one amazingly efficient mode of
transport and it is FUN too. Your observation about motorists in cars is
spot-on: Way back in the day I used to ride motorcycles. As a
motorcyclist, we/I would refer to automobile drivers as 'cagers' (a person
stuck in a cage). Quite appropos, yes?
As an aside, I am wondering aloud if people who are attracted to cycling
(and stick with it) tend to be introverts and fiercely independent. As in
"I really don't care what other people think about me" mentality?
You are definitely not alone!
On Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 9:38:33 PM UTC-8, J Imler wrote:
> I do my best to ride my bike vs drive, mostly because riding is a lot of
> fun along with personal and enviro benefits. In the last six months I've
> put 2,000 miles on my car. I'm shooting for a sub 5k year. We'll see.
> The thing that strikes me more and more is how few people ride in my town
> and how enclosed everyone appears in their cars. I feel like I'm sticking
> out like a sore thumb. There's a quote I like, the one that says be the
> change you wish to see in the world. I feel I'm living that out when I
> decide to ride vs drive.
> Today there was some enjoyment and connection between myself and the
> drivers though. Several waved and smiled, like they wanted to be riding
> too. That made me feel good.
> I'm sure every place has a different cycling culture but can anyone relate
> to what I'm talking about?
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