So over the past year I've dropped about 90 pounds and am back at or below my 1976 fighting weight, although I must say that the muscles underneath are nothing like what they used to be. But I got the bicycles down, rust, oxidation, spider webs, bird poop, mud-wasp nests, perished leather, and all, and am in the process of taking them apart and fixing them back up - so far so good, and we've borrowed a couple of bikes to see if we can tune ourselves back up in the meantime.
So, in your part of the world, what is the biggest complaint about the behavior of bicyclists these days? I used to think that I was a considerate road user on the bicycle, and somewhat tolerant of bikes when I was in the car or on a motorcycle, but when I get back out there, I don't want to be a Lycra-clad idiot, or even perceived as one - I'm too vulnerable.
What would be behavior that would make you say "Hey, that bicyclist is doing it right! Good on 'im!"