Motorcyclist Who Identifies As A Cyclist Wins All Fifteen Races
A motorcyclist who identifies as a cyclist has won a series of races after finishing 5 hours ahead of other competitors.
Back in 2018, Bernie Mann decided that he wanted to be known as a cyclist rather than a motorcyclist before registering to take part in a variety of international races.
When the final decision was put before the Ministry of Morale, it was decided to allow Mr Mann to change his transport identity from a biker to a cyclist.
Fellow cyclists were quick to condemn the move, as they claimed that they now stood absolutely no chance of winning any races.
However, Mr Mann defended his decision and said:
“At the end of the day, a bicycle has two wheels and so does a motorbike, so I don’t see what the problem is?
“People have said that I have an unfair advantage as I have got a 1200 cc engine, but the average leg is equivalent to 600 cc, and as the average person has two legs, so that adds up to 1200 cc?
“I think that my fellow competitors are just a bit pi**ed off because I am winning all of the races.
“But that has nothing to do with the engine.
“Its all about the technique”.
Our Chief Morale Officer said:
“In today’s fluid society, it is essential to allow professional sportspeople to express themselves in a variety of ways while competing in professional events.
“I have benefited a lot from this decision as I always bet on Mr Mann winning his races.
“It’s a no-brainer”.