25. The Scottish Cyclist should never feature his/her personalised nameplate on his bike. The bike should be significantly individual to distinguish it from other bikes, even of the same make and model (preferably through customised parts). Ideally the bike should be completely unique. See rule 9.
Background: I haven’t posted any of these for a while. They are my attempt on the kind of lists seen on the Official Rules of the Euro Cyclist, The Rules by Velominati and the kind of style laws laid down by the Two Johns. As I was getting into road cycling a few years ago I quickly became fascinated by the style customs and etiquette beneath the surface, so tried to have a bit of fun with it and build up a caricature of a ‘Scottish Cyclist’.