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    It's also dependent on what else you may have to...

    It's also dependent on what else you may have to carry around with the bike. If I have my daughter and her trailercycle attached (which these days I do more often than not), that's an extra 80+ lbs....
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    http://www.killasgarage.bike/uncategorized/how-do-...

    http://www.killasgarage.bike/uncategorized/how-do-disc-brakes-generate-greater-stopping-power-than-rim-brakes/ is another interesting look at it from a science-y approach.

    As noted in that...
  3. Yes - that is exactly how it worked for the...

    Yes - that is exactly how it worked for the Purple line ride... :D
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    I think it's equally important for DC cyclists...

    I think it's equally important for DC cyclists traveling into Virginia. FWIW, the DC Bicycle Master Plan (Rule 10-A409) does pay lip service to improving bridge access to bicyclists.
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    I don't know if it's accurate to call it a...

    I don't know if it's accurate to call it a misinterpretation or just a different interpretation, given how clearly some things are (or aren't) defined. The fact sheet I linked to was created by DDOT...
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    And here's a link to the handy chart DC put...

    And here's a link to the handy chart DC put together regarding its laws:
    ...
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    Tossing another option out there for flat pedal...

    Tossing another option out there for flat pedal oriented shoes - I used the Five Ten Freeriders off and on earlier this year. They were better and lasted longer than the various Chrome shoes I'd...
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    For those going on the ride (I don't think I can...

    For those going on the ride (I don't think I can make it and get up early enough to prepare for my daughter's b-day party the next morning) - going in that direction, the trail is FAST. New surface...
  9. Only 42 inches? ...

    Only 42 inches?

    https://www.stihlusa.com/products/chain-saws/professional-saws/ms880/ is good for up to 59.
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    I was looking at those once upon a time (in case...

    I was looking at those once upon a time (in case I ever move on from my large platforms with pins). Are those the earlier version of the PD-T8000 pedals?
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    Or, if you're concerned about riding a different...

    Or, if you're concerned about riding a different bike/being responsible for someone's kids - just hook a trailer on with some weight (or groceries if you want to be productive) and call it...
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    That's funny(?). I had the opposite experience...

    That's funny(?). I had the opposite experience walking up the MBT this evening. Walking from Florida up to Franklin, 47 bikes passed us. A whopping 2 of them signaled their pass (both with a...
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    I thought it was considerate of the driver to...

    I thought it was considerate of the driver to stay in the lane (rather than take up the whole trail). I think I've seen 3 other drivers in the past six months at least attempt to turn onto the trail...
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    I think that varies from location to location and...

    I think that varies from location to location and whether it's on private vs. public property.

    For example: in DC, a bicycle is considered abandoned if it's locked up for more than 12 hours. From...
  15. A braver person than I would consider...

    A braver person than I would consider https://www.betabrand.com/disco-sport-shorts.html

    I am aiming for comfort (so more gray than silver) in the hopes of making it through the day... :)
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    According to a People For Bikes blog post from a...

    According to a People For Bikes blog post from a couple of years back (http://www.peopleforbikes.org/blog/entry/new-research-on-womens-bicycling-participation-reveals-insightsand-some-sur), the 2009...
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    It sounds like they just weren't quite ready yet...

    It sounds like they just weren't quite ready yet when you got there. I rolled up just after 8, and by that point they had cold cans of the La Colombe draft lattes (in a bucket of ice), a tray of...
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    That sounds like something I did with a few...

    That sounds like something I did with a few friends back in 2004(?) and Pandamania. There were 150 pandas scattered around town, and we did a scavenger hunt to find (and take a picture with) as many...
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    Agreed - that's what we should've done/should do...

    Agreed - that's what we should've done/should do in the future. Things weren't too bad (crowd-wise) once we got off Hains Point, until the 395 entrance. We were sunk to start with when we...
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    And that was my problem - starting behind 6,000...

    And that was my problem - starting behind 6,000 people(*) - by the time we crossed over Maine Ave, it was a virtual standstill as we Flintstoned to get to the "no passing" zone. And with the...
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    Very nice - but I am now even more jealous of...

    Very nice - but I am now even more jealous of your smooth entry onto 395. (By the time we got there, it took us about 10 minutes to get through and past that point.) Why can't I just enjoy my ride...
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    My daughter really appreciated seeing the panda,...

    My daughter really appreciated seeing the panda, especially after her meltdown on 395, so thanks! :)

    I'll agree on the "choke point" issue with groups, particularly the entrance onto the 14th...
  23. Yeah...not that I could form a cogent thought...

    Yeah...not that I could form a cogent thought last night, but I was trying to work backwards from starting in EFC at 8AM, what time I'd need to leave home in NE DC to make sure that happens, and what...
  24. I think today's DCBR experience proved that I'm...

    I think today's DCBR experience proved that I'm semi-functional waking up early enough to make this work (though not by this point of the day), so pencil me in.
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    Assuming we wake up early enough (main access to...

    Assuming we wake up early enough (main access to the start corrals closes at 7:30?!?) I'll be there with a 5 year old in tow, so as much as I would love to hang out afterwards, I don't think that'll...
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