Leaving work I get to go through a whole bunch of doors, elevators, fences and security (it is DC afterall). Then it is out into the normally crazy traffic.
If the traffic's too bad, you could just call home on your shoe phone and tell 99 that you're going to be late.MB1 said:Traffic hadn't gotten any better while I was getting my trim.
What to do?
Well for starters I could cross the 34th Street footbridge.
Then I could hop on the tow path.
Then take a steep old alley down to Water Street.
No traffic there!
Actually it is a bike light MissM picked up on sale at Sierra Trading. Not bad for a Spring/Fall commuting light. http://www.sierratradingpost.com/p/3842,73560_Vistalite-Litepod-Bicycle-Light.htmlDrRoebuck said:Sorry if you posted about it before, but what's the new light you have? Looks pretty sweet. That is a light on your handlebar, right?
I was thinking portable cone of silence.MB1 said:Actually it is a bike light MissM picked up on sale at Sierra Trading. Not bad for a Spring/Fall commuting light. http://www.sierratradingpost.com/p/3842,73560_Vistalite-Litepod-Bicycle-Light.html
Yikes. I can't say my life would be different had i not watched as a kid, but i did the love the hell out of that show.MN Dan said:I had to Google "Maxwell Smart" so I could understand all the shoe comments. Sorry, I didn't know who he was. I liked the haircut pic too.
you gotta be careful about locking your bike to railings like that - I had a buddy who lost a bike by the thieves kicking similar railings in, walking off with his still locked bike and presumably removing the lock privately in their own timeMB1 said:I headed down Virginia Avenue to the waterfront. A bunch of kids were working on their 8's since it was so windy there was no way they were going to be allowed on the water.
Then it was up into Georgetown and its wonderful traffic.
Parked the bike and it was time for a little bit off the sides.