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Offline Altie7deLaan

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Bicycle paths and motorcycling...
« on: March 08, 2018, 07:55:55 am »
Vanoggend laai ek gou kinders by skool af, oudste een hier by stellenberg in bellville.
half 8 die oggend , spitstyd.
en hier kom n javel op n 30 year anniversary gs12 verby met sy kind agterop. Links van al die karre. In die afgemerkte fiets laan links teen die sypaadjie.

twee dinge.
een,  nou vlam die ouens in die cages weer op oor bikers wat maak soos hulle wil en alewig die wet oortree. ouers raak opgewerk want waar moet die fietse dan nou eintlik ry?
twee, jy skep n risiko wat onnodig is. mense wat bestuur in n kar sit regs. hulle verwag jy gaan regs verby kom.  nie links van hulle in enkel baan verkeer nie.
dit vat net een ou wat besluit hy gaan nou links aftrek en dan sy kind gou daar aflaai, en jy gaan 2de kom.

ek kon nog nooit verstaan hoe is dit moontlik dat daar letterlik duisende mense doodgaan oor paasfees en in  vakansies op ons paaie nie.
maar dit maak al meer sin. weens idioties gedrag.




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Re: Bicycle paths and motorcycling...
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2018, 08:22:36 am »
Hoe minder die reperkussies, hoe meer die kansvatters.....
 

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Re: Bicycle paths and motorcycling...
« Reply #2 on: March 08, 2018, 09:16:07 am »

jy al terug op jou ysterperd?
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Re: Bicycle paths and motorcycling...
« Reply #3 on: March 08, 2018, 11:46:43 am »



jy al terug op jou ysterperd?

Hoe minder die reperkussies, hoe meer die kansvatters.....

Nee hy wil nie kansvat met sy vrou nie want hy weet wat die reperkussies gaan wees....

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Re: Bicycle paths and motorcycling...
« Reply #4 on: March 08, 2018, 12:05:36 pm »
just be aware that the cyclists DO NOT take kindly riding any of the bike-only paths (marked as bike-only) that go up the side of Sir Lowry's Pass, and I agree with them on this one - keep bicycles and motorbikes away from each other on a single-track bike path.


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