Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Words of Wisdom: The 21 Most Memorable Cycling Quotes


It’s important to take some time once in awhile to reflect on the beauty and joy of cycling. Over the years, this has been eloquently expressed by a wide variety of notable people. I’ve gone ahead and assembled what I think are the most memorable and inspirational of these quotes. Some of them are familiar, and others are less known. But all of them are sure to resonate with the cyclist’s soul.


Get a bicycle. You will not regret it if you live. --Mark Twain


It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you, and you have no such accurate remembrance of country you have driven through as you gain by riding a bicycle. --Ernest Hemingway


The bicycle, the bicycle surely, should always be the vehicle of novelists and poets. --Christopher Morley


Give me good books, good conversations, and my Trek Y-Foil, and I shall want for nothing else. –George Plimpton


When I see an adult on a bicycle, I do not despair for the future of the human race. --H.G. Wells


I’m the paté on the Universal cracker. I’m the grout holding your shower tiles on. I’m out of the saddle, sprinting up that hill and eating glazed donut bracelets off the right arm of Jesus. –Charles Manson


Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride. --John F. Kennedy


Give a man a fish and feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and feed him for a lifetime. Teach a man to cycle and he will realize fishing is stupid and boring. –Desmond Tutu


Consider a man riding a bicycle. Whoever he is, we can say three things about him. We know he got on the bicycle and started to move. We know that at some point he will stop and get off. Most important of all, we know that if at any point between the beginning and the end of his journey he stops moving and does not get off the bicycle he will fall off it. That is a metaphor for the journey through life of any living thing, and I think of any society of living things. --William Golding


My favorite toast is rye toast. –Paris Hilton


I came out for exercise, gentle exercise, and to notice the scenery and to botanise. And no sooner do I get on that accursed machine than off I go hammer and tongs; I never look to right or left, never notice a flower, never see a view - get hot, juicy, red - like a grilled chop. Get me on that machine and I have to go. I go scorching along the road, and cursing aloud at myself for doing it. --H.G. Wells


My father is the Hollywood equivalent of a clean, fillet-brazed frame. My brother is like one of those fat-tubed aluminum Cannondales. I’m more like one of those Taiwanese Masis. –Emilio Estevez


As a child growing up in pre-gentrification Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, I went everywhere by bicycle. My bike was in many ways the key to my neighborhood, which, at the time, was Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. This was in the 60s and 70s, before all the white people and restaurants. I really can’t underscore boldly enough the fact that I grew up in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, before it was gentrified. You could get mugged! --Jonathan Lethem


Bikes have wheels. –Noam Chomsky


If my career were a hairstyle, it would be helmet-head. –Laura Dern


Perhaps the most vivid recollection of my youth is that of the local wheelmen, led by my father, stopping at our home to eat pone, sip mint juleps, and flog the field hands. This more than anything cultivated my life-long aversion to bicycles. –Tennessee Williams


Bicycles are the new rollerblades, talentless is the new talented, and I’m in hog heaven. –Ryan Seacrest


Perhaps the most vivid recollection of my youth is that of being flogged by the local wheelmen, along with the fieldhands, the postman, and a young Tennessee Williams. This more than anything cultivated my life-long aversion to his plays. –Truman Capote


If, during the Second World War, the United States had retooled its factories for manufacturing bicycles instead of munitions, we’d be one of the healthiest, least oil-dependent, and most environmentally-sound constituents in the Nazi empire today. –Ralph Nader


Cycle tracks will abound in Utopia. --H.G. Wells


It’s like “Animal Planet,” except with bicycles instead of animals. –Ryan Seacrest, on his new all-bicycle TV network

119 comments:

Anonymous said...

finally - First

Anonymous said...

Podium

Matt Boulanger said...

Great quotes. OI hear Paris Hilton will be getting one of the first hybrid bicycles, right after she takes delivery on her hybrid hummer.

leroy said...

Huh, BSNYC back? I can leave my darkened room, uncurl from the fetal position and turn off the tape loop of whale communications?

Nah, must be a trick.

But a very funny one!

Anonymous said...

podium?

Anonymous said...

top ten...i farted

Anonymous said...

"I'm lazy. But it's the lazy people who invented the wheel and the bicycle because they didn't like walking or carrying things."
-Lech Walesa

"Snowshoeing is basically walking but worse."
-cyclist/climber coworker of mine

Ernest said...

"Bikes have wheels." -Noam Chomsky....


ummm I don't get it.

AH said...

I suspect that Truman Capote secretly enjoyed the floggings administered by the local wheelmen.

Anonymous said...

Bikesnobnyc you must have an art degree.

Bobbo said...

"bicycles are almost as good as guitars to meet girls" - bob weir

Bobbo said...

“When the spirits are low, when the day appears dark, when work becomes monotonous, when hope hardly seems worth having, just mount a bicycle and go out for a spin down the road, without thought on anything but the ride you are taking."

Arthur Conan Doyle

Marker said...

Loved the TWill/Capote quotes and I think VS. does not agree with Tutu.

Anonymous said...

Mark Twain wrote a neat story about learning to ride a bike.

I miss Michael's Balls' comments - I wonder who he's going to fire next??

ka_jun said...

“He neither drank, smoked, nor rode a bicycle. Living frugally, saving his money, he died early, surrounded by greedy relatives. It was a great lesson to me.” - John Barrymore

“Marriage is a wonderful invention: then again, so is a bicycle repair kit.”-Bill Connolly

“Socialism can only arrive by bicycle.”-Jose Antonio Viera Gallo

I love quotes, lumpia, and rye toast.

Phil Spigget said...

"My suitcase of courage got lost by the airlines"

Anonymous said...

Ryan Seacrest all bike network?

ka_jun said...

"Guys would sleep with a bicycle if it had the right color lip gloss on. They have no shame. They're like bull elks in a field." -
Tori Amos

Would you sleep with a Next or a Magna, well, would you?

"I'm lazy. But it's the lazy people who invented the wheel and the bicycle because they didn't like walking or carrying things." -
Lech Walesa

mhandsco said...

Holy shit are you funny.

UnkaDave said...

"If you use your brakes, you don't win."
Mario Cippolini

Origamikid said...

This has to be one of your most brilliant, well thought out posts. I don't even care about checking which quotes were actually said...

Squeaky Frome said...

I think of Charlie Sheen as more of a rusty beach cruiser, but you are not quoting me so who cares what I think... And glazed donut bracelets on the arm of Jesus thing is brilliant. Chapeau.

Roadent said...

Mmmm, rye toast...

Anonymous said...

Fixies are the new rollerblades.

JackH said...

Tori, we wouldn't sleep with a bike if it had lip gloss on - don't be silly, bikes don't have lips. I would sleep with the 'right' type of bicycle though, depending on the seat tube diameter of course.

iron fish said...

''I would rather weep in a Rolls-Royce than be happy on a bicycle.'' The Black Widow

(aka Patrizia Reggiani, socialite accused of ordering the killing of her ex-husband, Maurizio Gucci, the heir to Italy's most famous leather goods business)

Anonymous said...

Beauriful.

Anonymous said...

"Who farted?" -George W. Bush

Fritz said...

"The tag on my Italian Maruz shorts says 50% Lana 50% Acrilico, date 26/11/73. I don't really like people who don't wear that brand. " -- Fabrizio Mazzoleni.

John F. Kennedy said...

you misquoted me, I really said..

Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride...that, and hitting Marilyn Monroe

Rush Limbaugh said...

"aaahhhh George, those smell great!"

Commiecanuk said...

" I should hope that by the end of the day, he will admit to his mistake and we'll call it a racing incident, if not...I'll kick the shit out of the little bastard."

David Coulthard, March 16th, 2008.

Commiecanuk said...

"Cipomunks"

Quaffimodo, March 17th, 2008.

Cycle Ninja said...

"It never gets easier, you just go faster."

Greg LeMond

Anonymous said...

"Words of Wisdom: The 21 Most Memorable Cycling Quotations" ... not quotes, silly.

Jim N said...

Jim, on 9/18/2007, talking about Grant Petersen vs the rebbe:

"...and there's gotta be something in the Torah he can use to condemn a guy who says the bicycle can save the world, but then charges $2500 for a base model that contains more pig iron than the HMS Dauntless."

mr.complaint said...

Hey! Donut is spelled DOUGHNUT!

"Cannondale is the best bicycle." -Mario Cipollini

BikeSnobNYC said...

Anonymous 1:33pm,

There's nothing wrong with using "quote" as a noun in an informal situation. And this blog is as informal as it gets. You don't even need to have pants on to come here.

--BSNYC

aren said...

i'm more comfortable reading this blog sans pants. that is a quote.

db said...

Heck, I thought people WITH pants were not allowed in. It's a little awkward at the office, but it's worth it.

datamonkey said...

I think the late great Mr. Mercury summed it up the best:

Bicycle bicycle bicycle
I want to ride my bicycle bicycle bicycle
I want to ride my bicycle
I want to ride my bike
I want to ride my bicycle
I want to ride it where I like

I am pretty sure Freddy rarely wore pants.

Anonymous said...

Wow, a post with both Cippolini and Nader. I didn't think it could be done!

Anonymous said...

Seacrest, OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

"what I'm sayin is, it's obvious,
If ya don't push on the pedals
the wheels wont turn"- Gerorge W Bush

Anonymous said...

"And you can quote me on that."
-Anonymous

Darcy Jayne said...

One of my favorite quotes:

"What was once frowned down upon as unladylike, trivial, and shocking, is now done openly and with the approval of the beholders. Perhaps nothing illustrates this so much as the riding of the bicycle." ~~Dr. Gracie Ritchie, 19th Century Wild Woman

aren said...

most honest quote ever.....


"You never have the wind with you - either it is against you or you're having a good day."

~Daniel Behrman, The Man Who Loved Bicycles

Chunk said...

I think that Paris Hilton quote is made up. Somehow, I don't see her being able to actually say the words "Rye toast" let alone know what it exists.

Sycophantic Backstabber said...

Damn you to hell Aren! I was on the verge of posting that same quote!

You never have the wind with you - either it is against you or you're having a good day. ~Daniel Behrman, The Man Who Loved Bicycles

so there:

All bicycles weigh fifty pounds. A thirty-pound bicycle needs a twenty-pound lock. A forty-pound bicycle needs a ten-pound lock. A fifty-pound bicycle doesn't need a lock. ~Author Unknown

Jack Handey said...

“As I bit into the nectarine, it had a crisp juiciness about it that was very pleasurable - until I realized it wasn't a nectarine at all, but A HUMAN HEAD!”

Illinoisfrank said...

"I prayed to God for two weeks for a new bicycle, then I realized that God doesn't work that way. So I stole one and asked Him to forgive me."
-Emo Philips

Strayhorn said...

Ernest at 11:30 said: "I don't get it."

Your confusion is easy to understand as that is a simple declarative sentence, something Chomsky is known to avoid - unless he's saying "Bush sucks" which he seems to say in every other paragraph.

It also represents a demonstrative truth, something Chomsky doesn't apparently believe in. Unless you mention that Bush sucks.

I now apologize to BSNYC, as this comment will now attract hordes of Chomsky fanboys who will accuse us all of not knowing WTF we are talking about. As fanboys go, the only things worse are Heinlein fans and Rush fans (the band, not the political blowhard).

Jack Handey said...

“I hope that someday we will be able to put away our fears and prejudices and just laugh at people.”

“I hope, when they die, cartoon characters have to answer for their sins.”

“When you go in for a job interview, I think a good thing to ask is if they ever press charges.”

“I can't stand cheap people. It makes me real mad when someone says something like, "Hey, when are you going to pay me that $100 you owe me?" or "Do you have that $50 you borrowed?" Man, quit being so cheap!”

quaffimodo said...

Is that a roll of duct tape? Noooooooooo!!!

-Alvin

Chomsky fanboy said...

Chomsky has never said "Bush sucks", ever.
A rhesus monkey can read "Manufacturing Consent" and comment on it, doesn't mean he understands it.

But clearly, the USA is at peace, no kids are being killed in Iraq, and the US economy is thriving.

Stupid Chomsky.

Anonymous said...

no eric k comment yet! take cover the apocalypse is here.

gator joe said...

That's the spirit, Snob: humor and philosophy all rolled into one. And as usual, your adoring throng steps up in kind. Not to be outdone I offer the following from a famous sage, western river rat, notable drunk, and part-time short order cook:

When I see a pickup truck hauling ass down the road with a dog standing in the window, its head thrust forward and its wet snout stuck into the wind, its ears laid flat, I imagine a silly grin on its face and I'm reminded again why I like riding a bicycle.
I don't know why the dog does it, but I know why he does it as often as he can.

--Duke Groover

jeremy said...

“I want a yellow jersey on my wall.”

-Michael Ball

roomservicetaco said...

Manifique...good stuff...esp. Nader and Capote.

Mr. Your On Fire Mr. said...

love that Nazi empire, Ralph...

R. Seacrest said...

Leave me alone, I like it here in my closet.

Mario said...

"Hey Mike, Va fungulo"

--Mario Cipollini

Sprocketboy said...

That Desmond Tutu: no wonder he got the Nobel Prize!

gttim said...

"Cycling is 90% mental -- the other half is physical."

"If you come to a fork in the road, take it."

Yogi Berra

AW said...

David Coulthard wasn't just going to kick the shit out of him, but "I'll kick three colours of shit out of the little bastard."

Anonymous said...

Why should anyone steal a watch when he could steal a bicycle? ~Flann O'Brien

Anonymous said...

The sound of a car door opening in front of you is similar to the sound of a gun being cocked. ~Amy Webster

Anonymous said...

"Cycling is like a church — many attend, but few understand." — Jim Burlant

John B said...

"Happiness is the first hour after an intense misery." - F.Scott Fitzgerald, The Beautiful and the Damned

Anonymous said...

When man invented the bicycle he reached the peak of his attainments. Here was a machine of precision and balance for the convenience of man. And (unlike subsequent inventions for man's convenience) the more he used it, the fitter his body became. Here, for once, was a product of man's brain that was entirely beneficial to those who used it, and of no harm or irritation to others - What a CROCK - pedestrians are always irritated by scofflow cyclists. Progress should have stopped when man invented the bicycle. ~Elizabeth West, Hovel in the Hills

pinchfinger said...

"Bicycling is a waste of time. You're just wearing your legs out giving your ass a ride."

-Seldom Seen Smith in the "Monkey Wrench Gang"

Scott said...

You have George Plimpton's quote slightly wrong, I corrected it for you.

Give me good books, good conversations, and my Trek Y-Foil [with Spinergy wheels], and I shall want for nothing else. –George Plimpton

Nick said...

Hey Snoberino,

My favorite thing about your quotes is that for some of them I wasn't sure if they were real or not . . . and some I knew weren't and I really (really) wish they were.

Nick

flynn said...

"sweet derailleur you homo"
-kanye

leroy said...

"Cycling? No, thank you. You couldn't pay me enough to wind up on my back with my legs flailing in the air."

Elliot Spitzer

bikesgonewild said...

..."i wouldn't sell my bike for all the money in the world...not for a hundred million, trillion, billion dollars !" - pee wee herman, noted american dramatist & thespian while unequivocably expressing his thoughts regarding one of man's finest inventions...

flynn said...

"look at that person that isn't me on a bike that isn't mine. i should make fun of him"

-BSNYC

(much love)

j said...

The Jonathan Lethem quote is very, very funny.

BikeSnobNYC said...

Flynn,

Ah yes, that was my "Eureka!" moment.

--BSNYC

SkidMark said...

In the beginning God created the bicycle, saw that it was good, then went for a nice Sunday ride on the bike lanes He'd made the day before, and they were good, too, because they were new and He had the angels keep them clear of debris. Later, of course, God would get cross and have the flood wash all the good ones away.

And God said to Himself, Let us create man, because cycling is too much fun to keep to Myself, and so He created man, him did He create, create did He him do. And God put man in paradise, and commanded him, Glideth upon the earth anywhere thou wisheth, except for that big hill over there. For on the day thou goeth down that hill, thou shalt surely die.

And God said, Man needs a companion to keep him from spending too much money on new bicycles. So God caused man to fall into a deep sleep by asking him if he wanted to go clothes shopping at the mall, then took a rib from him. Then God said to Himself, Who am I kidding, I'll never hear the end of it when she finds out she was just a rib, so He created woman from frankincense and myrrh and a certain je ne sais quoi.

And God said, Let man have dominion over lathe drills and Philips head screwdrivers, and let woman have dominion over everything else, and as long as thou art naked and unashamed, thou might as well be fruitful and multiply.

Lastly, God created the chicken and the egg, in that order, which should clear up that matter.

Now the serpent, he was a wily one, and he said to woman, Yea, hath God said you may cycle anywhere but down that hill? And the woman said unto the serpent, That's about the size of it: go downhill and die. And the serpent said, Ye shall not surely die, you probably won't even fall off. For God doth know that on the day you go downhill, you will not need to pedal for a long time. Go on, give it a try.

And the woman saw that the hill was good, she did not need to pedal for a long time. She told the man about it, and he also went downhill. Their eyes were opened, they saw they were naked, and they sewed fig leaves into padded cycling shorts because sometimes it got bumpy going downhill.

And they heard the voice of God as He was offroad, fully suspended of course, and they hid their bicycles at the bottom of the hill and started whistling nervously. And God called unto the man, and said, Where art thou? And the man said, We art down here. And God said, Hast thou cycled downhill, whereoff I commanded thee that thou shouldest not? And man said, It was her idea.

And God said unto the woman, I will greatly multiply thy sorrow whilst climbing hills; in pain shalt thou perch upon thy saddle.

And God said unto the man, Because thou hast harkened unto the voice of thy wife, cursed is regular bike maintenance. The inner workings of the hub gear will be beyond thou to repair. In the sweat of thy face shalt thou service thy freewheel.

And God said, Behold, the man doesn't listen very well, so he kicked him out of paradise and guarded the entrance with a sign of a picture of a bicycle in the middle of a red circle. And He had a Cherubim with a flaming sword stop by a few times a week for good measure.

This is the book of the generations. The first bicycle was a single speed, Godspeed, but after that it got complicated. Sprockets begat sprockets and cables begat kinks. Celerifere begat Draisienne begat Macmillan begat Michaux begat Ariel begat Bayliss Thomas begat Lawson begat Rover begat Boneshaker begat Ordinary begat Raleigh.

And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth in a critical mass, God saw that the wickedness of man was great and he did not like to give way to anyone on the road even his mother, so He directed Noah to build an ark made out of renewable resources. There went in two and two unto Noah into the ark every type of bicycle: one to ride and one for spare parts. And Noah gathered two touring bikes and two mountain bikes; two recumbents and two tandems; two road racing bikes and two cross bikes; also four unicycles, just in case there was a misunderstanding, and a brace of Bromptons, as their folded countenance pleasethed Him. And God said there might be Some strong winds in the Southeast. And it rained for 40 days and 40 nights, then drizzled for another fortnight.

And God remembered Noah and asswaged the waters, and Noah opened a door on the ark and set loose Japheth on a unicycle, and God said This is a covenant which I make between me and you and every living creature: that a man on a unicycle is a hilarious sight. The waters shall no more become a flood to destroy all flesh.

A bit later, God spake unto Moses, saying, Here are a few ground rules, I hath numbered them for thou for easy reference:

I. Thou shalt hold no other races above the Tour de France.
II. Thou shalt not make unto thee helmets which cost more than £100.
III. Thou shalt not take My name in vain everytime thou gettest a flat tyre.
IV. Remember to oil thy chain, to keep it rolling.
V. Honour the Zebra Crossing and those walking upon the face of it.
VI. Thou shalt not ignore other road users, nor cycle recklessly upon the pavement.
VII. Thou shalt not steal bicycles.
VIII. Thou shalt not kill, except bicycle thieves.
IX. Thou shalt not hang onto moving cars.
X. Thou shalt not covet they neighbour's new Cannondale, nor his groupset, nor his £3000 mtb, nor even his stylish shades.

Forget not the Titanium Rule: Signal unto others as thou wouldst have others signal unto thou.

And moving right along, there came four horsemen of the Apocalypse, and they were the Taxicab Driver, and the Motorcycle Messenger, and the White Van Man, and the Man Opening a Car Door Without Looking.

Amen

Anonymous said...

"...then God created the bicycle so that man could make of it an instrument of toil and of exultation on the arduous journey of life...it became a monument to the sporting epic of our people, who have always been strict of virtue, sweet in sacrifice."

trans. of monument at Madonna del Ghisallo

Marrock said...

"Since the bicycle makes little demand on material or energy resources, contributes little to pollution, makes a positive contribution to health and causes little death or injury, it can be regarded as the most benevolent of machines." --S. S. Wilson

"If American bicycle advocacy leaders had championed the civil rights movement, the "Dream" would have been reserved seating in the back of the bus." --Jack R. Taylor

"The bicycle, the bicycle surely, should always be the vehicle of novelists and poets." --Christopher Morley

Bella said...

"I believe there are two periods in life, one for the bike, the other for becoming active on one's work." -Bernard Hinault

"A 'pedal' is the thing your foot goes on, and 'peddle' is what you're trying to do with your crap." -BSNYC

Anonymous said...

Okay Pastor Skidmark... how many times have YOU broken Commandment IX?

Honestly, if God hadn't wanted us to hang onto moving cars he wouldn't have made the strange covalent bond that causes riding gloves to become magnetized to clear coat. I once slapped the side of a van that cut me off and found myself attached to the thing for a good 2 miles.

bikesgonewild said...

...w/ all due respect to the papal presence of 'skidmark' & his lordly quotations, this is a perfect example of why i'm a humble spiritualist using the bicycle as my instrument of transcendence...

...so many rules, so many instructions to run afoul of...not for the likes of moi...

...i ride w/ the "good spirit" on one shoulder & a devilish spirit in my bib shorts...

Anonymous said...

Skidmark, wow, that wasn't a post, it was a manifesto. You mush have been working on it for weeks.
Well done!

Anonymous said...

I want to see the citations for those quotes.

SkidMark said...

anon 7:48p
I wish I was that creative (or even barely literate). I got that from the same place Snob gets a lot of his material - stumbling on it while surfing the net!

nick said...

wow. totally senseless lol. my favorite toast is rye toast. good stuff. keep it coming.

sprider said...

Skidmark, I'm almost puking from laughing. How do you google something like that?
I gotta stop violating #3.

bikeslob 80220 said...

It's the new style!!! "New school" single-speed build. Don't have the tool to remove the freehub? Fuck it, just throw the chain over one of the original cogs, shorten it, and you're ready to rock.

http://denver.craigslist.org/bik/611789415.html

Leave the suicide levers, kickstand, and chainguard on too. That amount of weight is negligible on this bad boy. Veganxx is getting tired of my jackass CL bike posts and told me to look in Missed Connections instead...

http://denver.craigslist.org/mis/612030034.html

http://denver.craigslist.org/mis/606866763.html

This ain't NYC. Next time we will visit the Denver club scene.

mr. poopers said...

anybody want any duckbutter?

SkidMark said...

Sprider,
I've violated III countless times. Re. the google stuff, I have no idea how or why stuff comes up. Kind of like when Snob posted that about googling "bicycle rear rack" and see what comes up in the first page!

mr. poopers said...

how about some fromunder cheese???

yes??

Anonymous said...

http://www.handini.com/

mr. poopers said...

ah, the manualist, that guy is amazing

Bobbo said...

quill pen, quill stem...priceless

Anonymous said...

mr. poopers,

here in new york, it's pronounced "fromunda"

Andrew said...

The ominous coterie of fixed gear riders were descending like an assemblage of hell's valkyries on the unsuspecting doomed. When I audibly read "Cadence Fire Sale", I knew the end was near as the Fear washed over my body. Either that or the acid had just kicked in.

-Hunter S. Thompson

Judi said...

Pink Floyd - Piper at the Gates of Dawn. "Bike"

I've got a bike. You can ride it if you like.
It's got a basket, a bell that rings and
Things to make it look good.
I'd give it to you if I could, but I borrowed it.

denny said...

My favorite:
Don't buy upgrades; ride up grades.
- Eddy Merckx

Anonymous said...

"Well get dropped then."

- Lance Armstrong

from http://www.cyclingforums.com/showthread.php?t=232875
(see the 3rd post)

AKBiker said...

Bicycling has given me 155 degrees of freedom. Freedom ranging from
103F and to -52F. Though the freedom at -52 definitely was not free.

kate said...

"I was riding my bike today and um rode by these two boys and one of them called "biker" yeah? I should have called "Walker" cause they were walking. But I guess they figured that part out they're going a lot slower than I am. Come on back vino, come on. I still want to see you ride." -The Opinionated Cyclist

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Anonymous said...

You forgot Andrew Jackson’s Big Block of Cheese with nary a macaroni in sight.

Richard Tulloch said...

Thanks for the quotes. We've been compiling our own list here DownUnder and some of yours (and those of your commenters) have made the cut. http://richardtulloch.wordpress.com/2010/11/23/best-cycling-quotes-from-mostly-dead-riders/

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