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  • ginacico's Avatar
    Today, 01:19 PM
    Yup. Next time you do a bike fix-it night, have someone show you the process to adjust your disk brakes. You probably have two adjusters for the...
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  • huskerdont's Avatar
    Today, 12:53 PM
    Nice, but don't ride high. Always a good idea, but especially with that bike. Get so interested in all the colors colors colors that you get the...
    1510 replies | 271619 view(s)
  • mstone's Avatar
    Today, 12:20 PM
    mstone replied to a thread Bikepacking! in General Discussion
    1) they don't want to think about it 2) even if the old people did it, they weren't as good at it/weren't doing it right
    72 replies | 8095 view(s)
  • Steve O's Avatar
    Today, 12:16 PM
    Steve O replied to a thread Bikepacking! in General Discussion
    Hmmm. I wonder where these generations think they came from?
    72 replies | 8095 view(s)
  • lordofthemark's Avatar
    Today, 12:10 PM
    I am always hypervigilant when I take the general travel lane on Maine. Also hammering as fast as I can. ☺ Regarding parked cars and visibility....
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • dasgeh's Avatar
    Today, 12:02 PM
    dasgeh replied to a thread Maine Avenue is Combat in Commuters
    Glad you're ok. Hopefully you've sent this to the police.
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • scoot's Avatar
    Today, 11:49 AM
    scoot replied to a thread Maine Avenue is Combat in Commuters
    It's worth noting that we face all of these same problems riding any other DC-area PBL. Pedestrians stepping off the adjacent sidewalk without...
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • rcannon100's Avatar
    Today, 11:35 AM
    There is an odd building on the north end, which has a large U driveway around it. I suspect that is exactly what that is. Remember, this project...
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • ursus's Avatar
    Today, 11:29 AM
    ursus replied to a thread Maine Avenue is Combat in Commuters
    Let me first say that I am happy that they considered cyclists and installed a PBL. They did a good job also of signing it to tell pedestrians where...
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • lordofthemark's Avatar
    Today, 11:11 AM
    Well, tbh, I almost never ride there on weekends. And it's true, the car turns are a problem apart from the pedestrians. I am not suggesting the...
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • lordofthemark's Avatar
    Today, 11:07 AM
    Other than an empty suburban sidewalk, I ride more slowly than that on sidewalks.
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • Emm's Avatar
    Today, 11:00 AM
    Emm replied to a thread Maine Avenue is Combat in Commuters
    I disagree. This is generally the case Mon-Thurs during the commuting hours (and I generally ride it on the AM commute), but Friday evenings and...
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • mstone's Avatar
    Today, 10:59 AM
    mstone replied to a thread Bikepacking! in General Discussion
    Sure, but lots of people were bike touring on unpaved roads 130 years ago. I think this is like sex--every generation thinks they invented it. :D
    72 replies | 8095 view(s)
  • mstone's Avatar
    Today, 10:04 AM
    mstone replied to a thread Maine Avenue is Combat in Commuters
    At 10MPH it's not a bike lane, it's a sidewalk.
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • huskerdont's Avatar
    Today, 09:49 AM
    Saw Judas Priest a few weeks back at the Anthem, and it seems to me there is absolutely now way this PBL can ever be effectively and safely used...
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • lordofthemark's Avatar
    Today, 09:37 AM
    Can I get a ped path that wide and unobstructed on upper King Street? Pretty please?
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • lordofthemark's Avatar
    Today, 09:36 AM
    If the PBL were on the north side of Maine, there would be riders on the sidewalk on the south side of Maine, as on so many sidewalks in this area....
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • drevil's Avatar
    Today, 09:31 AM
    drevil replied to a thread Bikepacking! in General Discussion
    Hey, there's dirt there, innit? ;) I'll make sure to mix in singletrack on my way up to the campsite so the terminology will be correct. Just...
    72 replies | 8095 view(s)
  • rcannon100's Avatar
    Today, 09:29 AM
    Agreed. Consider that the pedestrian path there is pretty piss poor..... and the majority of the time the bike path is devoid of traffic. This was...
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • TwoWheelsDC's Avatar
    Today, 09:22 AM
    It seems to me that the fault of the PBL being overtaken by pedestrians lies in its poor design/placement rather than with the pedestrians. I think...
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • hozn's Avatar
    Today, 09:10 AM
    That is true. On the whole the drivetrain is sufficient, but I am gonna replace with SRAM 11sp when this one wears out. I much prefer twist...
    1510 replies | 271619 view(s)
  • hozn's Avatar
    Today, 09:08 AM
    I know, right! They do make them in medium, though. And the framesets are not that expensive by themselves. (Their shop site is kinda broken, but...
    1510 replies | 271619 view(s)
  • lordofthemark's Avatar
    Today, 09:08 AM
    That is not in fact the case. While there are pedestrians, anyone comfortable riding slowly on a crowded trail should be able to ride just fine on...
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • drevil's Avatar
    Today, 09:07 AM
    drevil replied to a thread Maine Avenue is Combat in Commuters
    Nope, those walkers will be long gone. To really strike fear in their hearts, get a few of these guys to go back and forth all night long.
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
  • Lt. Dan's Avatar
    Today, 09:05 AM
    Sunday got out to Wakefield and enjoyed pretty much perfect conditions. Yesterday was on the road with a couple buddies- I've been fighting a wicked...
    3346 replies | 731291 view(s)
  • Lt. Dan's Avatar
    Today, 09:02 AM
    needs a gold chain!!!
    1510 replies | 271619 view(s)
  • Lt. Dan's Avatar
    Today, 08:59 AM
    At 20 mph, just drop them about 50 yards before your intended target- I mean, person needing assistance. They should bounce/skid the rest of the way...
    100 replies | 9298 view(s)
  • Steve O's Avatar
    Today, 08:44 AM
    Steve O replied to a thread Maine Avenue is Combat in Commuters
    From what I've heard, the pbl has been pretty much completely appropriated by people walking during the busy evening hours. I'm thinking it might...
    109 replies | 9691 view(s)
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