Ha, from this week's roadbikerider.com newsletter:
8. SCOTT'S SPIN
“You’re open to the weather, you’re going at a slower speed, you observe things,” said one local golf cart salesman. “You’re closer to other golf cart drivers, so you can interact with people as you go. It’s easier to park. It’s like a big toy in some ways.”
Over my not-yet-dead body.
When I settle into Dun Roamin’ Acres, I will be getting a tricycle. All the afore-mentioned advantages of a golf cart, plus the exercise-induced endorphins.
And, no, you won’t catch me aboard one of those 50-pound single-speed 3-wheelers you used to see Florida retirees crawling around on, but rather a sleek British racing trike. I’ll be taking the corner at Buttercup Lane and Serenity Drive leaned over on 2 wheels, with a couple of frantic aides running behind.
I never did like golf anyway.