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    The main Strava club is open to all but that's...

    The main Strava club is open to all but that's only one part of the registration process. There tend to be a lot of people from outside the area each year who join the Strava club because they sign...
  2. Sent you and Hancockbs PM's with the code (since...

    Sent you and Hancockbs PM's with the code (since it's only good for two purchases, I didn't want to post it publicly for someone else to find).
  3. Cycliq launched their hopefully improved Fly6 CE...

    Cycliq launched their hopefully improved Fly6 CE Gen. 2 as part of their Black Friday deals. If anyone's in the market for them and want to take the plunge (caveat emptor), you can save 38% on a...
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    No, no, no. Just trying to help you iron out the...

    No, no, no. Just trying to help you iron out the wrinkles.

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    How would that work for new participants?

    How would that work for new participants?
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    Agreed. Hence the implied (now explicit)...

    Agreed. Hence the implied (now explicit) conclusion in what preceded that excerpt that the 2017 scoring system, which included 10 points per day, was motivational for then newbie-me to ride even on...
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    FWIW - I think keeping the 10 points/day bonus on...

    FWIW - I think keeping the 10 points/day bonus on top of the mileage scoring changes proposed above would further the stated goal of "getting people to ride more often" by strengthening the incentive...
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    I also have the Cycliq Fly12 and Fly 6 cameras,...

    I also have the Cycliq Fly12 and Fly 6 cameras, and like them - but cannot recommend them at this time, especially for someone looking for a "not-too expensive" camera. In addition to price, quality...
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    The Daily Rider (and I'm sure other local bike...

    The Daily Rider (and I'm sure other local bike shops) also could build/install a dynohub wheel/lighting system. They quoted a rough ballpark of $450 to rebuild a wheel with a dynamo hub (less than...
  10. Look - we have to get through my nightmare first...

    Look - we have to get through my nightmare first before we can tackle yours. (At least I'll be coming at SFC from the slightly less highway-like north approach...)

    For more helpful feedback:...
  11. Is this the hidden sign you're referencing (just...

    Is this the hidden sign you're referencing (just south of Gravelly Point) or are there more?

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    Heads up - DCist included the ride in its weekly...

    Heads up - DCist included the ride in its weekly "5 Ways to Have a Totally Free Weekend" roundup (https://dcist.com/story/19/08/30/5-ways-to-have-a-totally-free-weekend-around-d-c-36/). It notes...
  13. According to the Dr. Teeth Muppet Wiki page...

    According to the Dr. Teeth Muppet Wiki page: a picture of Dr. Teeth can be seen in the Sesame Street episode featuring the "Monsterpiece Theater" sketch spoofing Upstairs, Downstairs. So there's...
  14. What's a good starting point and time for a...

    What's a good starting point and time for a Sunday ride?

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  15. Revised detour flyer shared today by NoMa Parks. ...

    Revised detour flyer shared today by NoMa Parks. Really just clarifies the treatment at R Street (some people were confused by the "no trail access" notation), and shows the plan for the detour...
  16. Metropolitan Branch Trail Detour near R Street starts August 12

    For those not on Twitter or the MBT Facebook group: the planned detour to accommodate Tanner Park construction and the trail realignment to eliminate the zigzag is starting August 12. The detour...
  17. They're not. There are left turn arrows for 1st...

    They're not. There are left turn arrows for 1st street traffic turning onto K (both directions) and L (southbound 1st to eastbound L). I don't know how many times in the mornings and evenings the...
  18. Cyclist struck on 1st NE at K (NoMa/Union Station area)

    A driver turning right failed to yield to the cyclist in the cycletrack.

    https://www.popville.com/2019/07/cars-turning-right-across-an-oncoming-bike-lane-have-to-yield-to-cyclists/
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    FYI (for those paying attention to the thread) -...

    FYI (for those paying attention to the thread) - they just announced that the 10:30 show will start at 10:42 so that things line up with history, which throws a monkey wrench into the roll out...
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    Food for thought: one thing I've discovered that...

    Food for thought: one thing I've discovered that I need to be careful of with trusting my observations is the inherent tendency to remember/recall the unusual vs. the common that gets lost in...
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    Counterexample: one time I accidentally left my...

    Counterexample: one time I accidentally left my pump mounted on my bike for 4 minutes while I dropped something off at the post office. Hopefully whoever took it got good use out of it.



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    That doesn't sound terribly high to me and...

    That doesn't sound terribly high to me and strikes me as an attempt to scare people unnecessarily. I wonder: what percentage of non e-bike riders have had a "single-vehicle accident" in their...
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    "Fun" fact: it is 1.2 miles around the Legoland...

    "Fun" fact: it is 1.2 miles around the Legoland Florida parking lot. (I'm pretty sure "my bike in a disco elevator" would be too specific for...
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    I think it is highly unlikely with a tube, but it...

    I think it is highly unlikely with a tube, but it is possible. (Happened to me as a kid; bike was stored under the porch for a few weeks in the heat and the inner layer delaminated enough to let the...
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    From what I've read on the Internets, I think by...

    From what I've read on the Internets, I think by construct tubeless tires are more susceptible to something like this happening "early" in the tires life where it should be covered by warranty.
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