Entitled Bicyclists

Hoboken brimming with Entitled Bicyclists!

Entitled bicyclists in Hoboken don’t just ride the wrong way, or nearly run over pedestrians on the sidewalk. Nope.

They also lock these fruity contraptions to the front of people’s homes – and prevent access to the gated areas, as one resident tried to reason with the moron by leaving a polite note:

2nd Notice: Please do not park your bike here. It prevents access to the front gated area. If you have a problem, call my cell and we can discuss. Thanks. (Adams St. Resident)”

“Please” call my cell? So we can “discuss?” Fuck that! If that was my house, that lock would have been sawed off – and the sign would have said “FREE BIKE. PLEASE TAKE.”

You can’t reason with these people. They’ll unknowingly step all over you. Grow a pair and take matters in your own hands.

Entitled bicyclists in Hoboken NJ

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5 Comments on "Entitled Bicyclists"

Sphynx
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Sphynx

The bicycle parker might be a neighbor and the home owner might be trying to avoid a back and forth battle.

A. cuts the lock and the bike gets stolen.
B. does some vandalism in retaliation.
And on and on it goes.

animal_lover
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animal_lover

If the City would do their job, there would be no battle over this matter.[quote comment=”223997″]The bicycle parker might be a neighbor and the home owner might be trying to avoid a back and forth battle.A. cuts the lock and the bike gets stolen. B. does some vandalism in retaliation. And on and on it goes.[/quote]

animal_lover
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animal_lover

Instead of bonding for meters, start ticketing the bicycles blocking the walks ways both being ridden and locked on sidewalk fences, trees and signs.

Be Positive
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Be Positive

I’d have “recycled” her bike.

9th Street
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9th Street

I wouldn’t have been so polite either. They’ll never learn their lesson unless loss is involved.

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