Way too much information!
Type: Posts; User: dbb
Way too much information!
Moisture induced stupidity is a well known problem that affects motorists. I wonder if they have found a cure in in Portland?
I'll spot you your helmet. Shall we select a time/date for the weigh-in?
Tim - Let's split the challenge and put some money on it. A buck a pound on the heavy part of the challenge?
I tried that once and found myself breathing way too hard:o
Just wait till the "all powerful bicycle lobby" starts pressuring the firearms industry for weight-weenie firearms! :confused:
Might be some industry clash of the titans!
Although I know and have been known to use more adult language, the first word that comes out of my mouth is often "Whoa". Having grown up on construction sites and in motor pools, it is typically...
I'd give it a shot at becoming a BFB. The fact that you ride to work 7 days a week suggests you might want to work on your employee friendly business program.
And your chance of heart disease (currently 1 in 534 for the year) will also drop dramatically
From the WashPost (from last week) - additional evidence of the all powerful bike lobby. Causing financial stress to WMATA
Decline in Metro commuters prompts concerns for Washington real estate
View from the 14th Street Bridge last night.
I'm in for Monday.
I emailed Alan Howze after I read Mr. Cannon's post. I asked about connectivity between the MVT and Boundary Channel Drive (the trail to nowhere on the downstream side of the Humpback Bridge) and...
Saw this in the HUD bike cage the other day. Pretty cool.
On the ride home this evening, I encountered a gent riding a vintage Dunelt bicycle with an Arlington County bike license of almost similar vintage.
An use the really dark stretches of your ride to confirm it hasn't crept up. PRN
I set a goal fairly early in the bike process. When I was convinced this cycling thing wasn't my next passing fad, I would get a "good" bike. I defined that to be 10K miles of riding. My reward...
Actually, Dismal began riding before the invention of the derailleur and is a bit resistant to change :rolleyes:
So speaks Obi Wan Dasgeh
That is, what would be called a "teachable moment" :)
Began quite well. Started late and passed Fast Friendly Guy at Gravelly Point. Got an opportunity to pass four motorists who were leaving DC on the 14th Street Bridge stopped and apparently...
Did someone show them the light?
This is the first apparent instance of treating bikes like cars! Every other office seems to offer free parking for bikes without regard to transit benefit eligibility. Hmm.
Having tried to keep up with Mr. Eighth, he rides pretty fast. So fast that Dr. Einstein's theory may have been demonstrated.