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    Any guesses on the location of that sign?

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    Rainwater pouring down the steps of the Lincoln Memorial



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    The flooded stairs at the Lincoln Memorial with the CaBis is a great (and hilarious) shot! Poor tourists.

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    Well, I got caught in the downpour too, so the joke was sort of on me too. The rain isn't normally a problem, but the air temperature dropped suddenly, as the rain moved in. I actually started shivering briefly.

    It didn't last too long though. Maybe 5-10 minutes.

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    These guys probably enjoyed the rain.

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    Flat on Jamieson Ave, Alexandria, on the way home Wednesday night around 10:30.

    Repair unsuccessful due to ruptured spare tube. A patch would have done but alas I walked my steed the other 4.5 miles home in a pleasant midnight rain. Wouldn't want to do it again bit it was enlightening!

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    I recently hurt my leg and had to give up riding my road bikes for awhile. I've had a hard time even walking just one city block lately. However, a friend lent me a folding bicycle and it has literally transformed my life. I find that I can get just about anywhere on it, and when needed, fold it up and wheel it on/off MetroRail or in/out of a car trunk. I now have a new found respect for foldies, and mobility for the handicapped.

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    Boomer,

    Can you show us a pic of it folded up? This bike retails for only about $350. Does it feel like a relatively well designed bike? I'm asking because I've been thinking about buying a foldie for when I travel on vacation but can't justify a Brompton for 1-2 trips a year.

    I'm super glad you have found a way to get around and have fun at the same time. Being incapacitated really sucks.

    Thanks.

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    Riding with GuyContinental around Davis, WV. This area has some of the best mountain biking (and it took us damn near 2 hours to go 8 miles!).

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