I keep seeing - not regularly or even frequently, but often enough - lone cyclists pedalling along the road with knees pumping away rather faster than their resulting progress seems to indicate. They're sat much too low down and would benefit enormously from the increased power from their legs if only they'd raise their seats.
The riders are invariably helmetless, young, close-cropped-fair-haired and dressed in ordinary non-bikey daywear. I suppose it possible that maybe there aren't as many of them as I think. Could be the same bloke every time. I wonder if he's just wary of the 'bum in the air look' and thinks he's too 'hard' for that.
All that effort going to waste. It pains me and I know it shouldn't and it's none of my business. But, sheesh.