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How to use a bike



When I moved to England I noticed a lot of differences from Denmark. When I moved back to Denmark I noticed even more. One being that "cyclist" means different things.

In Denmark a cyclist just means a person on a bike (and most Danes are cyclists), but in England it's mostly used about people who are really really REALLY into bikes.

27th May 2014
 


191 Comments:
 
7 days ago #9313573        

Hey, this actually happened to me last time I was in Denmark.



24 days ago #9304096        

lol invisible pedals ^_^



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26 days ago #9302749        

England's cyclist looks like he really has to poop.



2 months ago #9281169        

The English cyclist XD



2 months ago #9280992        

Difference is extreme. I think he should portray them in war armor. (Circa 1100)



3 months ago #9265509        

Poor iceland has had some REALLY bad experiences with bikes.



4 months ago #9260363        

And this bit about cycle parking in Copenhagen was on BBC.com today

http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-29601069



4 months ago #9259080        

This is the true image of an Icelander on foot in Denmark. So funny and so true.



4 months ago #9255149        

Looks like the "no texting while driving" rule doesn't only apply to car drivers.



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4 months ago #9249560        

I'm always amazed to read how amazed Americans are by Dutch bikes (and even more by the lack of helmets). Essential reading: http://www.ski-epic.com/amsterdam_bicycles/



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