You seem to assume that every time someone on a hybrid passes a roadie, the roadie is following that structured training system and not going nearly as fast as they can. While that may be true in some situations, I can't imagine every roadie that I see on the trail or on the road is doing that all the time. I also believe that a good rider on a hybrid can pass a mediocre roadie on a road bike when they both intend to go fast. Do you disagree?
What I was trying to say is that passing a roadie on a hybrid (a thing I do almost every time I ride my hybrid, btw) isn't something one should be proud of.
Once one gets a HR monitor and starts following a structured training system this becomes quite obvious.