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Keys Found Outside 401 N Michigan
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Started this discussion. Last reply by mindfrieze May 31, 2012.

Cycling Article in WSJ - "Don't Be a Jerk"
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Far'arned Retrogrumpalunkus #63 Dec 1, 2010.

Chain coming off too often -advice?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by PJ Oct 20, 2009.

 

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mindfrieze replied to PJ's discussion Keys Found Outside 401 N Michigan
"Hang a note on the bike rack.  Good luck."
May 31, 2012
PJ posted a discussion

Keys Found Outside 401 N Michigan

I found a set of keys last night at the bike rack outside 401 N Michigan. I was the last bike there other wise, I would have left a note. It had two separate Krytonite locks on it, along with a yellow mini flashlight.Let me know if they're yours. I'm posting on Craigslist too, and I'm also contacting Kryptonite to see if they can help match the number on the back of the lock.See More
May 31, 2012
PJ replied to leyzdoo's discussion I want to paint my bike...
"Definitely assess whether it's worth it or not. I decided to take apart my Raleigh Technium to give it a new paint job and it ended up being more hassle than it's worth. In fact I'm still working on it and started the project a month…"
Mar 16, 2011
Far'arned Retrogrumpalunkus #63 replied to PJ's discussion Cycling Article in WSJ - "Don't Be a Jerk"
"Fixed that for you."
Dec 1, 2010
Will replied to PJ's discussion Cycling Article in WSJ - "Don't Be a Jerk"
"I've lived in both cities and I find Chicago to be much more bike friendly, although NYC now has separate bike lanes, etc. In Chicago, drivers seem to have a better grasp and understanding for bikers, while in NYC, I would say, in general, they…"
Nov 30, 2010
Mike Zumwalt replied to PJ's discussion Cycling Article in WSJ - "Don't Be a Jerk"
"Well Manhattan is 2 miles wide at it's widest and has a dedicated bike (multi use) trail that circles the entire island, separated bike/pedestrian lanes on most if not all bridges, you can walk across the GWB from NYC to New Jersey! Cabbies…"
Nov 24, 2010
Duppie replied to PJ's discussion Cycling Article in WSJ - "Don't Be a Jerk"
"Svenson. And it was only 93%"
Nov 24, 2010
Tank-Ridin' Ryan replied to PJ's discussion Cycling Article in WSJ - "Don't Be a Jerk"
"Fields might have driven. How is a vegetable/satirical newspaper supposed to drive? I doubt Ghandi drove."
Nov 24, 2010
Kevin C Dormant replied to PJ's discussion Cycling Article in WSJ - "Don't Be a Jerk"
"All the time."
Nov 24, 2010
Far'arned Retrogrumpalunkus #63 replied to PJ's discussion Cycling Article in WSJ - "Don't Be a Jerk"
""Have you ever noticed that anybody driving slower than you is an idiot, and anyone going faster than you is a maniac?" -George Carlin"
Nov 24, 2010
Kevin C Dormant replied to PJ's discussion Cycling Article in WSJ - "Don't Be a Jerk"
"Sometimes I'm a car, sometimes I'm a bike, sometimes I'm a pedestrian. Whichever hat I'm wearing, I, like most, want a minimum of impediments to my mode, line and pace of travel. And I'm just naive enough to believe…"
Nov 23, 2010
Far'arned Retrogrumpalunkus #63 replied to PJ's discussion Cycling Article in WSJ - "Don't Be a Jerk"
"Underlining for emphasis by me. You hit the nail right on the head. There are certain people who will never be content to let certain other groups have any freedom. We have our own haters in this community who would ban cars if they had the…"
Nov 23, 2010
PJ posted a discussion

Cycling Article in WSJ - "Don't Be a Jerk"

I looking for news articles for a project at work, and I came across an article in the Wall Street Journal I wanted to share. It's titled: Cycling's New Rules of the Road. It talks about the cycling boom right now, but focuses mainly on NYC. I wanted to point it out because I thought it was a good read as I was going through it as I read about how it can be choas at times with…See More
Nov 22, 2010
PJ replied to Weir's beard's discussion Commuters check these out
"I have pinhead on both my bikes. I find that over time I have gotten better at applying some good torque on the small key they give you. It's just a matter of pushing in to keep the key in place as you turn. I've never had a problem with…"
Nov 21, 2009
PJ replied to PJ's discussion Chain coming off too often -advice?
"Yeah, that is going to be more money I can spend right now. It is a new crank, the old one was an old factory crank that didnt' allow me to take off seperate chainrings. For now, I'm going to concentrate on getting the chainring farter out…"
Oct 20, 2009
notoriousDUG and PJ are now friends
Oct 20, 2009

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What I ride:
Road, Mountain, Hybrid
The kind of riding I do:
Recreational, Exercise, Commuting, Around Town

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At 10:18am on June 3, 2009, jillnerkowski said…
Pj the best icould do is to copy and paste, sorry about that I edited the take II twice
 
 
 

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