Oops, sorry. Firefox hiccuped and I double posted.
I was going to just edit this to remove the double post, but that's just boring. So, for your Monday afternoon pleasure, I'll leave a few uberLame bike jokes. Feel free to post your own!
Why can't a bicycle stand up on its own?
Because it's too tired! (insert groan here)
What's the hardest thing about winning the Tour De France?
What do you call a professional cyclist who just broke up with his girlfriend?
Why shouldn't bank tellers ride bikes?
They tend to lose their balance.
This one was my son's favorite (granted, he was 6 years old):
Why can't an elephant ride a bicycle?
Because he doesn't have a thumb to ring the bell.
Two nuns were riding a tandem bike along Acorn Street in Boston. The first nun, wide-eyed, remarked "I've never come this way before!" The second replied, "It must be the cobble stones!"
And, even though you can see the punchline coming a mile away, I leave you with:
While crossing the US-Mexico border, a man carrying two sacks on his shoulders was stopped by a border agent.
"What's in the bags?"
"Sand," the cyclist replied.
Of course, the guard had to look. He promptly emptied the bags to find that, indeed, they contained nothing but sand. With everything in order, the man was allowed to scoop up the sand, reload his bags, and continue into San Diego.
A week later, the same man crossed again, once again carrying two bulging bags. The guard demanded to see them, and again they contained nothing but sand. This continued every week for a little over a year, until one day the cyclist failed to appear and never returned again.
A few months later, the guard was in a city bar and ran into the cyclist, who now walked with a slight limp.
After sharing a few drinks and learning the man was forced to retire from cycling due to an injury, the two men became friends. At the end of a night of drinking and billiards, the guard said, "You know, you really had me wondering. We all knew you were smuggling something across the border, but we couldn't figure out what. It's been driving me crazy! Now that you're 'retired,' please tell me! What was it?"
The man smiled and told him the truth...