By Coma News Staff
Following a mobile spin class accident that injured six people, the Coma Town Council is reconsidering a previous resolution encouraging residents to get “more outdoor activity”.
Repeated injuries occurred as the truck stopped suddenly for cows, people, and slow moving vehicles–like the bus for the Coma active living community.
“I thought since we tied all the bikes down real tight everything would be fine.” said Marybell Davis, Coma private investigator and mobile spin class creator, who added “LOL.”
There are many ideas proposed to add “safety ” to the curriculum of the mobile flatbed outdoor spin class. One idea from Mayor Anderson was to “ride a bicycle outside, instead.” But that was rejected by members of the Town Council, including Natalie Peters who said that “wasn’t enough.” Peters suggested seat belts, protective body suits with padding and maybe even NASCAR-themed helmets for the-outdoor-flat-bed-spin students.