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    On one hand, DC is now a biker's relative...

    On one hand, DC is now a biker's relative paradise given the absence of traffic....on the other hand, it seems freaky and ominous presuming you understand the "why" of it all.

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    Feeding the adrenaline... 21862 21863 ...

    Feeding the adrenaline...

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    Wonderful work - thanks to all who helped! ...

    Wonderful work - thanks to all who helped!

    Recently, going through that "tunnel" felt like biking down some fuzzy dragon's gullet, what with all of the vines and such. Seeing daylight along...
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    A ferry ride to the Westbank offered a view of a...

    A ferry ride to the Westbank offered a view of a pretty interesting front suspension set up...and more.

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    Still enjoying the temperate climate & scenery......

    Still enjoying the temperate climate & scenery...

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    As mentioned in today's WaPo "Gadgets of 2020"...

    As mentioned in today's WaPo "Gadgets of 2020" article....does anyone have any experience with the Van Moof bikes? They have some interesting features, and just saying the name makes me happy.
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    When locals dislike a given road name (Jefferson...

    When locals dislike a given road name (Jefferson Davis) and provide their own update, New Orleans-style...

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    Yes, got to Audubon, was staying down in that...

    Yes, got to Audubon, was staying down in that area (near Williams Plum St Snowballs!) for a couple of days. Brought my wife down so she can care for her family while working remotely for a few...
  10. I am not named Chris, yet I too feel this is a...

    I am not named Chris, yet I too feel this is a worthy cause.
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    NOLA Rollin'

    Interesting growth in bikey stuff in the city, though the distribution is irregular and of course the road qualities "vary some", shall we say. Still, some real positives here as long as you watch...
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    ...and further down the Mississippi River.... ...

    ...and further down the Mississippi River....

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    Riding around Memphis

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    This item is now sold.

    This item is now sold.
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    Anyone need a small, simple bike stand?

    $10 and it is yours - a Spin Doctor QuickStand

    Good for simple bike repairs and cleaning and such. Or you can put your bike in it and just admire it. So simple!21623

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    Four Mile Run Trail where it passes under one of...

    Four Mile Run Trail where it passes under one of the Glebes (W. Glebe, specifically) to the east of 395 is a bit of pond after last night's downpour. I bet the drain(s) are clogged; there previously...
  17. Tunnel under Canal Rd (West of Georgetown) - what happened there?

    Hi all,

    The somewhat creepy wet tunnel that goes under Canal Road and connects with the CCT has a slippery approach from the Canal Rd sidwalk, with a downhill grade and turn and (usually)...
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    Not sure about your specific case (and I am glad...

    Not sure about your specific case (and I am glad you were not *in* the helmet at the time of the "crash"!), but helmets are designed to absorb energy to protect the wearer, and sometimes that means...
  19. Not sure about the FDR bridge (!) but the...

    Not sure about the FDR bridge (!) but the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge is open for all. Same with Memorial and 14th. Distancing can be tough (esp. on Roosevelt Bridge) on weekends but on a weekday it...
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    Memorial Bridge & Lincoln Memorial were fine a couple of days ago and 14th St Bridge was on point today.
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    Asked and answered: There are a few...

    Asked and answered:

    There are a few beneficiaries of the ride:

    1. 50% of profits from the event goes to The Gates Philanthropy Partners for Covid 19 Relief
    2. Each of our cycling charities...
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    The concept is pretty wonderful. However, none...

    The concept is pretty wonderful. However, none of the breweries are truly local, and I wonder how much of the registration fee really goes to help anyone. I hope enough to matter. Still, this can...
  23. Covid-caused question: can you replace batteries in blinkies?

    You know you are really looking for things to do when you look at a dead blinky light and think "How can I revive it?"

    So, does any know if it is possible to (and makes sense to) replace the...
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    Snarky perhaps, but man o man, it is fun to cross...

    Snarky perhaps, but man o man, it is fun to cross that mess when going E or W on the W&OD where it crosses the Pike. Cars stacked up, not going much of anywhere, and you can slice right through on...
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    Thanks all for the thoughts and suggestions. We've gone for two sets of test rides so far, with at least one more in the works. Interesting differences in feel and smoothness between some bikes; we...
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