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++ 瘋狂的alleycat race!!

++ 這原自於bike messenger的瘋狂比賽居然到目前為止只有一起死亡事故 . . . .膽大的人才敢參加的活動!






2017-04-10 12:16 發佈
Stillife wrote:
++ 這原自於bike messenger的瘋狂比賽居然到目前為止只有一起死亡事故 ...(恕刪)

你確定至今只有一起死亡事故?
媒體曾做過調查,紐約在2011年就有21個單車死亡事故來自於這些瘋狂騎士
按這比例來看,光是一個美國每年就會產生三位數死亡事故
Stillife wrote:
++ 這原自於bike...(恕刪)

前幾年不紅牛不是有辦過一次嗎(信義區)?
單車騎士不要命的 比的很爽
其他的用路人譙的要死

如果不小心A到他
還要吃上過失傷害(殺人)的罪


畢竟那條帝王條款還沒廢除
(道路交通安全規則第94條第三項)

Stillife wrote:
瘋狂比賽居然到目前為止只有一起死亡事故

不知道重殘的人數有多少
坦白講,每天在台北市區通勤就是這種感覺,車陣中鑽來鑽去,然後還要小心計程車司機突然緊急剎車或是大外割,並排停車要切進內車道,還有有些計程車,摩托車還會逼車,然後公車限速40公里所以常常會跟公車並行。

怨念聚合體 wrote:
你確定至今只有一起...(恕刪)


++ 不好意思我沒實際探就過 , 單純看影片裡的說明
這不是大膽,而是一種極度的自私
而且alleycat也只能出現在紐約,舊金山還有墨西哥城
這種交通原本就超級亂且車速極度緩慢的地方
如果來到交通好一點的城市 尖峰時間大家開過路口的速度
都55~70km/h 要是闖紅燈汽車根本停不下來一撞就死了

Stillife wrote:
++ 這原自於bike...(恕刪)
不就是一群白痴
大人還在用小朋友在走廊樓梯間鬼抓人的心態拿命去玩遊戲,

想想滿可笑的
沒意義的比賽,害人又害己
要刺激就去深山野嶺玩下坡車不是更過癮嗎..?
from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alleycat_race

An alley cat race is an informal bicycle race. Alley cats almost always take place in cities, and are often organized by bicycle messengers. The informality of the organization is matched by the emphasis on taking part, rather than simple competition. For instance, many alleycats present prizes for the last competitor to finish (sometimes known as Dead Fucking Last or DFL). The first race to be called an 'alley cat' was held in Toronto on 30 October 1989 and continued, in its original form, around Halloween and Valentine's Day for the following five years. In 1993, when Toronto messengers shared Alleycat stories at the first international messenger race (C.M.W.C Berlin), the name and the concept spread far and wide. Regularly organized Alleycats can be found in cities across North America, Europe and Asia. Many smaller cities with no cycle messenger population are also home to alleycats run by the burgeoning urban cyclist subculture.

Alley cats reflect the personality, contemporary environment and competitive interest of their organizer(s). Races may be extremely grueling and designed to eliminate all but the fastest and best overall messenger, or less competitive and designed to be enjoyed by the local messenger community around set holidays, such as NYC's July 4 Alleycat.

Substantiating the growth of alleycat racing is difficult, given the lack of publicity and record-keeping in the community. Some themes commonly associated with alleycats, such as the use of fixed-gear bicycles, became more popular in the later half of the 2000s. The number of alleycats being organized also appears to be on the rise, as non-couriers begin to organize their own races. Events featuring alleycat racing culture have seen significant expansion since 2000. Individual races have come to embrace issues important to messengers or messenger communities, such as New York City's 4/20:Hip to be Square, the Global Warming Alleycat held on the same day in Toronto, San Francisco, Mexico City, Berlin, and New York City, and Baltimore's GhettoBlaster. Meanwhile, events like the Bicycle Film Festival have expanded across dozens of cities and embraced many different expressions of alleycat-style bicycle culture. Alleycat veteran and videographer Lucas Brunelle is widely credited as having pioneered the art of filming alleycat races from the first-person perspective and sharing the footage online. YouTube currently hosts more than 1,000 videos of alleycat races, most of which have been uploaded since 2006.

Alleycats have occurred regularly in major cities all over the world and have expanded to smaller cities and towns over the last few years. As a result of the potentially dangerous nature of the sport as well as widely varying local laws an alleycat is almost never a fully legal endeavor.
In the United Kingdom, organised cycle racing on public roads requires the authority of the police and the relevant sporting organisation.[citation needed] However treasure hunts and time trials are legal.
Otherwise, organizers attempt to put issues of legality in the hands of racers. The decision to break any laws is left to the individual

On February 24, 2008, Matt Manger-Lynch was killed by a collision with a car while participating in the 'Tour Da Chicago', a winter alleycat series. Eyewitnesses reported that Mr. Manger-Lynch had failed to stop for a red light. His death prompted local news outlets to look closely at Alleycat races.
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