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all too common for bike lanes to be so full of crud here as to be a hazard to any road bike, especially in winter. The MUT can have a lot of wet greasy leaves on them in the fall too
 

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Sure, some were really bad. But, this one makes up for those #bestbikelaneever



I mean, come on... how often do you get to clear a set of doubles on your commute?
 

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A local story:

Updated: Driver damage to bike lane barrier now at $15,000 | Local | journalstar.com

I'd actually rather ride in the street than this particular path, mainly because I feel more at risk on it than in traffic and they have the crossing lights set so that you have a small window of time to make the lights. If I ride with the cars, I can usually make all the lights (the speed limit is 25 mph and the lights are synched for that speed)).

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