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    A little reading on the way to parent-teacher conferences

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    Default Posting My Ride: Road Biking Time Lapse to Intense Music

    For the record I had a headlight and was visible to other people on the trail, there were many blacked out trail ninjas though.


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    On the road to DC Brau

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    A reminder a another reason to wear your bike helmet, falling walnuts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by consularrider View Post
    A reminder a another reason to wear your bike helmet, falling walnuts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by consularrider View Post
    A reminder a another reason to wear your bike helmet, falling walnuts!
    Here in Washington, since there are many, many more pine trees, there are also many, many more pine cones!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpaceJockey View Post
    For the record I had a headlight and was visible to other people on the trail, there were many blacked out trail ninjas though.

    First off, welcome to the forum (since this is your first post)!

    I mostly like the video, especially the transition from night into day along with the fact that I've never biked the whole way from the Beltway south to Mt Vernon Highway along US-1 (I always do parts and take other roads). The music plays well with the sped up, chaotic nature of the footage, but it is a bit shaky (which could make viewers sick). Does your video editing software have any anti-shake/shake reduction functions (I use iMovie which does)?

    Looking forward to the next one!

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    Bikedavid, new friend Lu, and I spent a few hours poking around Baltimore yesterday. (We biked out and took the MARC back -- the MARC didn't have a special bike car like it was supposed to, but fortunately the train wasn't crowded).

    We found Baltimore's longest cycletrack, on Maryland avenue. It almost-too-conveniently runs from near Penn Station to near Peabody Brewery. Don't hesitate to put your bike on the MARC and explore Baltimore one weekend day -- we had a really nice time biking around the city. There's lots to do and see.

    Sadly, it seems that some of Baltimore's new bike infrastructure, including the Maryland Ave cycletrack, is at risk of demolition.


    Advocates fear a rollback of bike infrastructure in Baltimore
    [Baltimore Sun 06-18-2017]

    City plans to tear out protected bike lane on Potomac Street [Baltimore Sun 06-08-2017]

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    Quote Originally Posted by secstate View Post
    (We biked out and took the MARC back -- the MARC didn't have a special bike car like it was supposed to, but fortunately the train wasn't crowded).
    Wait, so MARC actually let you put bikes on the train with no bike car? Pretty cool if so.

    Quote Originally Posted by secstate View Post
    Don't hesitate to put your bike on the MARC and explore Baltimore one weekend day -- we had a really nice time biking around the city. There's lots to do and see.

    Sadly, it seems that some of Baltimore's new bike infrastructure, including the Maryland Ave cycletrack, is at risk of demolition.
    Siiiiigggghhhhhh. Yeah fine, streets need to be wide enough for fire equipment. But Roland Ave (where my friend Tom Palermo was killed) is an urban speedway badly in need of a road diet and solidly protected bike lanes. Going backwards is unacceptable.

    We spent Saturday last weekend toodling around Baltimore, too. Connections between West Baltimore station, the B&O Railroad Museum, the Inner Harbor and Penn Station were all quite bike-friendly (though the neighborhood around West Baltimore is more than a little sketchy). We explored some of the Jones Falls Trail, which has a few design flaws but creates a mostly protected north-south route through the city. MARC service was horribly delayed both coming and going, which sucked hours out of our day, caused major childcare hassles, and prompted us to declare Sunday as a "public transit free" day.

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    Sorry to hear that MARC was a hassle last weekend. Our train left almost exactly on time.

    Quote Originally Posted by ginacico View Post
    Wait, so MARC actually let you put bikes on the train with no bike car?
    Yes, the conductor spotted David and me franticly looking for the bike car. He laughed at us (in a friendly way), said there was no bike car on that particular train, and to just do our best. I wouldn't try this during the week.

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