posted on Apr, 26 2013 @ 06:07 AM
That is a clever idea best used to cruise abandoned railroads. I can see it sparking a new form of recreation.
While it seems important to escape to somewhere when TSHTF, in truth, if it is that drastic of an impact upon the local society, there is no
escape. Better to sit tight. Yes, you can attempt to change your location for whatever reasons, but to do so is to truly step into the unknown.
That "unknown" territory is only unknown to you as you set foot there or attempt to pedal through it.
What it really is, is another person's or group's territory. That means the advantages are all theirs. Expect roadblocks and ambushes. Better the
former than the latter, but you will soon find yourself without your gear and maybe dead. To think that you will be allowed passage is fantasy. You
will be in no position to argue or bargain. They will want and take whatever you have.
I find that most of us do not appreciate just how quickly the modern human will revert to basic urges. I urge everyone that hasn't seen it to obtain
the movie The Road and watch it a couple of times. That is the reality of TSHTF.