15-year-old beats Dylan Groenewegen in cyclocross race (screenshot, NH Nieuws) Another ‘Not Near Miss’, but for entirely different reasons, unfortunately… Wout van Aert’s NFTs are still owned by the people who originally bought them. These people paid roughly 18 000 USD in ETH each. Current value? Fuck-all. � Alright, hands up – who owns Wout van Aert’s 2020 Strade Bianche win as an NFT? Meanwhile, over at RCS Sport: Some people will never learn, eh? its not 2020 anymore guys This one’s for the GCSE students about to head into double Maths: But seriously, that is fabulous. Chapeau! As our Near Miss of the Day series rumbles on, hopefully hitting its aim of holding the authorities to account when they fail to protect vulnerable road users, sometimes it’s important to highlight the kind of driving that we hope will someday make that particular collection of close passes and scares a thing of the past.
So, this morning on the live blog, we thought we’d mix things up a bit with the latest instalment of NMOTD’s more wholesome, friendlier younger brother: the very originally titled ‘Not Near Miss of the Day’!
Today’s NNMOTD (I’m sure it will catch on) features a safe, wide passing lorry driver and a nice friendly exchange between two road users. Ah, bliss: Cracking stuff – a bit of harmony and love on the roads. It’s not all bad out there! (ignoring any marginal technicality)�, I get some great passes and mutual appreciation, unfortunately it’s the rarer inconsiderate […]
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