When I ride my bike I feel free and happy and strong. I'm liberated from the usual nonsense of day to day life. Solid, dependable, silent, my bike is my horse, my fighter jet, my island, my friend. Together we will conquer that hill and thereafter the world.
And only Canadians can laugh at themselves........
I do like our friends in the frozen north, for their sense of humor. That and Fudgeeo Cookies.
"People with nothing to hide, have nothing to fear from O.B.I.T."
Maybe, but I hear us Canadians are the source of all evil.
Having dated a Canadian & been to Canada, i can confirm all of this. The border with canada is something like this: US side, grey dreary, sad. Canadian side, bright, rainbows, moose, sugar maple forests, and tim hortons.
I can't wait for the next pint of good chocolate milk after a long ride.
The snow part seems really familiar, it's kinda the same thing here in Estonia.
oh yeah, us canadians tend to apologize if we bump into someone, even if it wasn't our fault.
and Smarties. I recall one time I was on a road trip and stopped in a mcdonalds in North Dakota, and ordered a mcflurry, and the lady asked me what kind of topping, and I said Smarties. She looked at me strangely because she have never heard of smarties. I had to change to M and M.
I've had someone say that I am very british because I was brought up to be polite. So i guess thats a canadian thing to be polite..
Been to Canada a few times and must say; it's a great place.
From my last visit; Canadian Hotel:
I happen to be a Canadian and living in Ottawa. I find this thread quite amusing.
Proud owner of a 2008 Jamis Allegero 3x and a 2016 KHS Westwood bicycles.