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  1. It's ok. He's not holding hands with you either....

    It's ok. He's not holding hands with you either. :-)
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    Actually, the exceptions to the SFH norm in...

    Actually, the exceptions to the SFH norm in Arlington are Wilson/Clarendon, Lee, Columbia Pike, Jefferson Davis/Rte 1, Shirlington, a good part of 50 and Glebe between Washington and 50. Arlington's...
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    Last year I'd take pictures of what I wore and...

    Last year I'd take pictures of what I wore and write the weather on it (I have a Note, so that's easy). It took about 2 weeks to realize that, on my road bike, my wardrobe changes by adding basically...
  4. Fair point, all. Physical connection rule it is....

    Fair point, all. Physical connection rule it is. ShawnoftheDread, you can hold hands with your charge. :-)
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    A friend who lives in Charlotte (in a...

    A friend who lives in Charlotte (in a neighborhood with density similar to Fairfax) recently posted something about having a deer in her yard and "I don't even live in the suburbs". The fact that...
  6. rcannon's Kid participated last year. He didn't...

    rcannon's Kid participated last year. He didn't ride every day. We were happy to have him on our team.



    The point of #kidical is for the adult to get credit for riding with the kid. You...
  7. I would love something like this for toddlers -...

    I would love something like this for toddlers - so they could get the shoes on the right feet!
  8. Thread: Bicycle Tours

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    My husband and in-laws have done a couple of...

    My husband and in-laws have done a couple of different tours -- Trek Travel in Austria/Czech Republic; ? (maybe Trek again) in France; a small, local BNB - to - BNB service in New Zealand. I think...
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    Of DC? Or a travel type thing?

    Of DC? Or a travel type thing?
  10. True, but having cycling be mentioned as an...

    True, but having cycling be mentioned as an alternative in the WaPo would have been good for cycling. A lot of people just don't know all the advantages of cycling, and on a day like yesterday, we...
  11. It's a good point - contest dates should be on...

    It's a good point - contest dates should be on the reg page.
  12. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/dr-gridlock/wp...

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/dr-gridlock/wp/2014/12/16/alternate-routes-on-metro-because-of-delays/

    I was disappointed that WaPo didn't list "take bikeshare" as one of there alternates...
  13. The Hains Point 100 gets Kidical: this SUNDAY,...

    The Hains Point 100 gets Kidical: this SUNDAY, 12/21 10am -- That's right, come down to Hains Point this Sunday, ride some loops, support WABA's Women & Bicycles, & add to the Kidical total. Come for...
  14. Like so many marriages in their third year, HP100...

    Like so many marriages in their third year, HP100 is getting kidical!

    Quick question, before I post more details: can someone confirm that the play structure near the tip of HP still exists?...
  15. It seems to me that "bikeway" is a good...

    It seems to me that "bikeway" is a good description for two-way bicycle-only infrastructure. It could be protected, like First Street NE "protected bikeway", or not, like most of Pennsylvania Ave NW...
  16. He's the Secretary of Transportation, FYI. And...

    He's the Secretary of Transportation, FYI. And he's awesome. Go Anthony!
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    I'm also not a fan of super stations. I bike...

    I'm also not a fan of super stations. I bike because it gets me door to door. Not door to five-blocks-away. I think we would be better served by more stations, not bigger stations. (With the caveat...
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    Glad to hear you got home safe. Good luck!

    Glad to hear you got home safe. Good luck!
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    Or you've achieved having kids...

    Or you've achieved having kids...
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    WABA still needs volunteers, sign up here:...

    WABA still needs volunteers, sign up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1GYI8GhPtXhWPlIGlFC3jpRZZ0ENb9qBawhOaPWE98zA/viewform
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    I think that if you (1) honestly are offering...

    I think that if you (1) honestly are offering help; (2) because you really can help in this situation (i.e. have slowed to assess the situation at least a little and have the time, tools, skills to...
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    He's gtmandsager on the forum, and yes, you...

    He's gtmandsager on the forum, and yes, you probably saw him on the way to preschool (a little on the late side, it seems). That canopy is absolutely amazing -- keeps the kids warm and dry and...
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    As long as offers of assistance are out of...

    As long as offers of assistance are out of genuine generosity, fine, but too often, offers of assistance (in the world generally, not on the trail as much, though sometimes there too) are of the "you...
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    My point is that when the repairs are minor (eg...

    My point is that when the repairs are minor (eg if you see someone adjusting their quick release seat height) and the person looks fine, it's similarly patronizing.

    But my original point was that...
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    Would you say the same thing about offering to...

    Would you say the same thing about offering to help someone tie their shoe?
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