Type: Posts; User: baiskeli
I would imagine they mean the part of the trail west of Mt. Vernon Ave.
People will steal stuff just because they can.
Actually, that reminds me of these guys who chop down a tree just to steal a bike and ride it around in a circle and then drop it.
and you have to find a way to ride home with it.
I never once had a problem with my bike or anything on it being stolen -- until I did.
Dickie! Been a while. Details please....
Saw a few. Reindeer seemed to be the theme - some were wearing antlers. Also saw a buttload of real deer chasing each other around. It's rutting season, so watch out for deer who have other things on...
Target has a bunch of batter-powered light strings that work for this. They also have tiny lit Christmas trees you can attach to your helmet.
That is remarkably close to mine! So close that I'll use it instead.
Is there a word for being passed while passing? Or a word for a cyclist who passes another cyclists who is already passing someone?
Wait, never mind, I have a good word for the second question...
I like the way you think.
And while we're at it, you could print out the law that says you have to have a light on your bike.
Shoaling is what you've been doing for years and never knew other people didn't like it. Now you know and you can be annoyed by it even though you didn't know it was annoying.
Too bad we don't have a forum dictionary.... ;)
As reported by ARLnow. Hope he is okay.
Don't worry, we sometimes find that fellow cyclists are the problems we encounter.
I'm married. I've lost all sense of just letting bygones be bygones. Something happened 3 1/2 years ago? That's fair game.
Yep. Another way I put that into practice is never crossing Lynn except on a green walk signal, not even the red countdown. In places like that I like to say (to myself), "I'm in no hurry to die."
And even if they do, the sight line is blocked by the big stairwell thing.
It's normal for a chain and gears to wear out, so if you need to replace them, that's okay. Chains stretch and gear teeth wear down.
Did you manage to get it fixed and get home on your bike?
By the way, the technical bike term for what the status of your chain is "toast."