Found this video of an Oxford cyclist's intrepid commute last week.

Film is a bit speeded up, but nevertheless he/she appears to be flying - couple of nasty wobbles, but doesn't deter them from giving the camera a wipe every now and again. 

Commute is along the Banbury Road, finishing on St Giles with St John's College to the left and the Ashmolean Museum to the right.


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Ruthe [50 posts] 9 years ago

if you visit utube they have the normal one too, this one is double speed  1

Recumbenteer [178 posts] 9 years ago

Of course the fun really starts when the snow freezes and those nasty ruts become like tram tracks. You get into a rut and it's difficult to get out without falling-off!