I support this wholeheartedly.
Type: Posts; User: jrenaut
I support this wholeheartedly.
Maybe because Fantom Cross UNO is a stupid name for a bike.
That's it. You've disparaged the One True Programming Language too many times. I hope you don't mind ALL OF YOUR RIDES registering as .2 miles on the Freezing Saddles website.
If you say "(blech)" and "Python" together one more time I might punch you
The day forum members can't crash happy hours is the day I quit this forum. I don't think that day will ever come.
hashtag toomuchtrouble hashtag omg hashtag lazy
If the slackers team gets as big as double the average team size, I'm going to delete them from the Freezing Saddles website.
Well played, sir. You must have taken some advanced math classes.
The "had" is implied. Still precise, just colloquial. Though, now that you bring it up, I think it sounds a little nicer your way.
We will not be raising the minimum distance required for a ride to be without qualifiers, thank you.
Nope. If I meant that, I would have said that. Precision.
It always astounds me that people can be so imprecise with language in situations where it really matters.
AND? So if it lacks any of the three it's not a bike lane?
What? I'm not sure I'd...
The Sleaze Ride list is the worst. I think a good 1/3 of my days were between 2.1 and 2.7 miles.
It was definitely a challenge to do every day last year. My favorites were a 2 mile ride starting at 12:01AM the day I knew we were going to get a big snow and another 2 miles on my dad's old Falcon...
Messy? I flew down 7th NW because no one was parked in the right lane at Mt Vernon Square. Except for the crazy lady driving in the crosswalk so she could turn left before the oncoming traffic...
E. Nothing is necessary. You don't even need A-D for Freezing Saddles.
You might be interested in the Flyby Viewer where you can put in one of your rides and see which other Strava riders you...
Powered horns on bikes are illegal in the District, I believe. Not saying don't do it, just saying be aware.
What, are you crazy? Who would want to do that?
By the way, the proper time to learn how to do this is NOT after dragging your broken bike a few blocks to the bus stop after a cab driver hit you, totaled your bike, and bruised your ribs. Don't ask...
That's an interesting take. That means the big obstacle is going to be getting people past car dependency, and then they should logically flow right to cycling. I can already envision an ad campaign...
It's not like there aren't railings there. Rule 5, man.
By "around here" I meant the greater DC metro area. Although I know I'm definitely not as good at driving now that I do it once a week as I was when I drove 16,000 miles a year.
Then how come nearly everyone around here is so bad at it?
Was not nearly as bad out there as I was expecting. It wasn't raining too hard and it really didn't seem as cold as it has been. Even the kids weren't complaining.
I'm not entirely sure you aren't just trolling RCannon, but if you're serious - your location isn't super important, but we'd rather you were a part of the forum. If this post is just the beginning...