We’ll talk about the actual video at some other moment. “These people that don’t really matter” are us. And him. And him. And him. And them. And them. And them. And them. And them. “These people that don’t really matter” include people like myself, described as “trolls who think bike lanes are the work of the Devil“, or people like Carlton Reid, who dared to state that they wouldn’t indiscriminately demand segregation and was inmediately labeled as “despicable” for it. “These people that don’t really matter” are the cyclists who are watching in horror the raping of our cities in the name of “bicycle promotion”, or “sustainibility”, or “the right to cycle” or “vulnerable users”, or just plain idiotic “Cycle Chic (TM)”.
The bikelaneist bullshit has got way too far. It is high time we make sanity, and reality, matter again in pro-cycling policies.
Las vías segregadas urbanas ("carriles-bici") son un timo que ha destruido el estatus de la bicicleta en la ciudad y ha secuestrado el activismo ciclista. Este cuaderno es un intento de atraer la atención de los ciclistas urbanos sobre la peligrosa tomadura de pelo que los carriles-bici suponen para los ciclistas.