By HERMAN ELOFF
Do you find yourself in a conversation about cycling, and you’re passionately explaining the intricacies of “aero-tuck” and “Q-factor”?
Have you ever seen a fellow cyclist frowning at someone’s budget-friendly bike as if it’s a crime against cycling?
You’re out on a group ride, and someone is struggling. Do you: A) Take on the role of coach. B) Wait for them to ask for help. C) Ask if they need assistance.
At the post-ride coffee gathering, you’re the one who can’t stop talking about your latest Strava segment conquests or epic long-distance rides.
Do you dominate conversations with stories about your own cycling experiences or do you like to listen?
PUT YOURSELF TO THE TEST AND FIND OUT IF YOU'RE 100% A CYCLING SNOB?
TIPS ON HOW TO FIX IT!