Major Taylor said:Yeah I wasted three years of my life in Amarillo. It is flat, ugly, dusty, windy and smells strongly of cowchit. The cowchit collects at the feed lots dries to dust and then blows in your face.
One of my club mates was recently killed back their by some turkey in a f250, every Texan and his dog drives one. The only thing good about those vehicles is they did provide a normal sized car nice shade if you parked on the right side.
redtreviso said:discussing a nearby street with neighbor..
neighbor: Why can't y'all just ride on the sidewalk
me: It's not legal for one thing..Why can't you just change lanes?
neighbor: I'm just trying to get home(late from cruising for hookers)
me: You still can't just run over someone on a bike .. There might be a child in the street too but you don't just get to run them over
neighbor: (red in the face--wants to shoot me-wants to cry-will try to kill someone on a bike tomorrow)
ManInFull said:I've been riding in Texas for years. I would say that it is slowly getting better. I've found some great roads outside of the city in which I live where the riders are fairly courteous. I rarely get the nasty horn blow or a driver coming very close to me.