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Topmounter
Topmounter
8 years ago

Not funny, not one bit.

And wow, is that Jonathan Vaughters? My how the mighty have fallen.

David
David
8 years ago

-> Topmounter. It’s not Jonathan Vaughters. It’s Jonathan Schneider who owns Road Holland. I thought it was hilarious. It’s just a joke and it’s certainly the truth here in America.

willem
willem
8 years ago

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuefYS_34xg

at least cycling isn’t the only sport Americans know nothing about…
and that video was funny

Maximilian IV
Maximilian IV
8 years ago

I’d have the same responses if someone asked me about college or professional “ball” sports…don’t know don’t care.

Rico
Rico
8 years ago

“Is courage a product?” haha perfect.

James Grosser
James Grosser
8 years ago

It’s Florida, “God’s Waiting Room.” What do you expect? One would do better asking about NASCAR.

BikeDawg
BikeDawg
8 years ago

I liked the roll up to McDonald’s — no Tour De France specials here, just Fifa World Cup…. if only cycling was as popular as Soccer in America! RICHMOND2015 has their work cut out for them!

Adam
Adam
8 years ago

Could you please Try that somewhere other than Florida!! Come to Colorado.

Reformed Roadie
Reformed Roadie
8 years ago

Helloooo Debra.

Sardus
Sardus
8 years ago

I’m really doing my best to find this amusing but it’s not working out,sorry.

AbelF
AbelF
8 years ago

Hello to to the dude after Debora!!!…. I kid, I kid.

Mark
Mark
8 years ago

It’s not funny because people are right to not care. cycling is just not a spectator sport. It exists only for those who participate, and that’s just fine by me.

Ed R
Ed R
8 years ago

Debora FTW!

Pancakes
Pancakes
8 years ago

He’s coming across pretty arrogant, to be honest, and not particularly funny. Not a fan.

David
David
8 years ago

I think some of you are reading way too much into the video. The whole point is that he KNOWS most people don’t care about cycling. He’s making fun of us – not the people he’s interviewing. It’s not like he is asking them who won the Revolutionary War and then trying to expose their stupidity (a la what Jay Leno and some other late night comedians sometimes do). I guess cyclists take themselves way seriously. Who knew.

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