Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Reason #462

... that drivers should give cyclists a little elbow room:

Sometimes there are surprises. Like large chunks of inexplicable concrete sitting there at the edge of the road.


This was on Main Street, in front of Saint Paul's University, where, believe it or not, a cyclist often finds herself squished that close to the curb (it's a narrow, fast street with a serious pothole problem.) I'm baffled. And glad I had space to swerve. And considering starting a catalog of the odd things I've had to swerve to avoid.


  1. Did you take the block away from the road?

  2. Shoes! How come there are so many shoes on the side of the road?

  3. In Aberdeen, it's dead seagulls. And bits of dead seagulls.