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Music to a cyclist's ears
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Dig it: music made with bicycle!http://dish.andrewsullivan.com/2014/01/23/a-tuned-up-bike/Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Minh Jan 23.

Ringing my own bell
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In case you all aren't readers of Crain's Chicago Business. . .…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Juan 2-8 mi. Nov 1, 2013.

Bikes on South Shore at Last?
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Perhaps by next year. . .…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Serge Lubomudrov Sep 30, 2013.

 

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Minh replied to Bill Savage's discussion Music to a cyclist's ears
"An ebow used on derailleur cables sounds pretty awesome. I guess I'll have to play around with my ebow a little more."
Jan 23
Thunder Snow replied to Bill Savage's discussion Music to a cyclist's ears
" Of course, there's Chicago's own bikey band, Schwinntonation.  "
Jan 23
Anne Alt replied to Bill Savage's discussion Music to a cyclist's ears
"Great fun! Thanks for sharing. Looking forward to when I'll be able to enjoy a non-bone chilling ride to Hardboiled Coffee again."
Jan 23
MK replied to Bill Savage's discussion Music to a cyclist's ears
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Jan 23
Bill Savage posted a discussion
Jan 23
Bill Savage replied to David Barish's discussion best dis of a cyclist from a motorist
"Hilarious.  "
Dec 28, 2013
Bill Savage replied to David Barish's discussion best dis of a cyclist from a motorist
"I do things like this even when I'm on my bicycle (v. the rare times when I'm driving a rented car).  When the bike ninjas go by, dressed all in black, on bikes with no lights or reflectors, and zip past me, I yell "You're…"
Dec 25, 2013
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Political Symbolism of Women Riding Bicycles: Saudi Arabia and the USA

From blogger Andrew Sullivan:http://dish.andrewsullivan.com/2013/12/05/a-girl-on-a-bike/I'm the reader who wrote in with the addition about American Suffragettes.See More
Dec 5, 2013
Juan 2-8 mi. replied to Bill Savage's discussion Ringing my own bell
"The psychological part is the best."
Nov 1, 2013
Dave Grossman replied to Bill Savage's discussion Ringing my own bell
"Nice work Bill. "
Nov 1, 2013
David Barish replied to Bill Savage's discussion Ringing my own bell
"Bill, I loved the piece you wrote. I don't buy the hierarchy of pain. I don't think minimizing the impact bikes have on other users is your strongest point.  Although bikes may have only killed two pedestrians, there have certainly…"
Nov 1, 2013
Erin Vogel replied to Bill Savage's discussion Ringing my own bell
"Such a great piece -- you did a great job with it. Love the last part especially. "
Nov 1, 2013
Amanda L replied to Bill Savage's discussion Ringing my own bell
"Love this. Great article!"
Nov 1, 2013
Bill Savage replied to Bill Savage's discussion Ringing my own bell
"On a related topic, does anyone know where we can find statistics for crashes involving just cyclists and pedestrians?  I am 100% convinced that such crashes are rare, and rarely involve serious injuries, but I'd like some, you know, facts…"
Nov 1, 2013
Julie Hochstadter replied to Bill Savage's discussion Ringing my own bell
"Maybe thats why I didnt see them. I figured I had to go to the full site (on my phone right now). "
Nov 1, 2013
Julie Hochstadter replied to Bill Savage's discussion Ringing my own bell
"I havent gotten to the comments yet but I just had to tell you how much I loved reading your article. Thanks for sharing."
Nov 1, 2013

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Recreational, Exercise, Commuting, Distance, Around Town

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