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Is this for real, or am i the most gullible person going, or is it 1st April yet??
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Maybe it's for real if the Police cocked it up.
The road was closed, so don't see why they should.
Dodging the saccadic masking
posted by notfastenough [2326 posts] 20th February 2012 - 13:53
there is no speed limit for cyclists, as they're not required by law to fit a speedometer.
posted by Dave Atkinson [6699 posts] 20th February 2012 - 14:07
Some kind of advertising/marketing stunt???
posted by Super Domestique [1412 posts] 20th February 2012 - 14:42
I just read it as a tongue in cheek comment on how fast Dowsett was.
I don't suppose they'll mind the extra traffic to the site though...
posted by email@example.com [149 posts] 20th February 2012 - 16:00
Just to add to Dave's comment, it is not possible to break the speed limit on a bicycle - however fast you manage to get up to. This is because there is a requirement in the legislation that the vehicle you are travelling in/on is motorised.
posted by londonplayer [671 posts] 20th February 2012 - 16:29
Review of the event, no mentioned of anyone getting arrested though.
posted by Mikeh789 [133 posts] 20th February 2012 - 20:39
Just been looking at the pics on Mikeh789's link, there is a guy on a trike
I hope Dowsett donated the frame to some young up and comer
posted by Gkam84 [7522 posts] 20th February 2012 - 21:44
There's also a write up this site... (it appears to be called 'road.cc' anyone heard of it??
posted by Mikeh789 [133 posts] 20th February 2012 - 21:56
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