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So we lock whole threads instead of dealing with the specific offense?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Simon Phearson Sep 19, 2014.

Kentucky jails cyclist for riding on the street...
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Christopher C. Sep 17, 2014.

 

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Doug Haynes replied to Bobby Cobby's discussion Anyone considering doing the #RedCupProject in Chicago?
"The idea that a solo cup is a good height for visibility in a demonstration that is supposed to translate to cyclists is... silly at best."
Apr 30
Doug Haynes replied to Bobby Cobby's discussion Anyone considering doing the #RedCupProject in Chicago?
"F that special lane stuff.Protected bike lanes reinforce the concept that bikes only belong in certain places on certain roads.It's the road; share it."
Apr 30
Doug Haynes replied to Bobby Cobby's discussion Anyone considering doing the #RedCupProject in Chicago?
"Because it's a shitty illustration of the point even. You're using something that is WILDLY below the line of sight for a driver and drivers using the bike line for the extra road when it is not occupied is kind of the whole point of…"
Apr 30
Doug Haynes replied to Bobby Cobby's discussion Anyone considering doing the #RedCupProject in Chicago?
"I mean I am not even going to get into the whole protected bike lanes thing because that's not exactly a simple issue but can we maybe talk about how this is the sort of 'protest' that smacks of entitlement and selfishness because it…"
Apr 30
Doug Haynes replied to Bobby Cobby's discussion Anyone considering doing the #RedCupProject in Chicago?
"So you just put out a bunch of cups and then leave them there because trash is cool?Awesome."
Apr 30
Doug Haynes replied to Bobby Cobby's discussion Anyone considering doing the #RedCupProject in Chicago?
"Are you going to go back and pick them up or is it litter for a cause?"
Apr 29
Doug Haynes replied to clp's discussion California crash
"Nothing. Life's dangerous get over it or stop leaving your house."
Apr 25
Doug Haynes replied to Chris Hainey's discussion Britax Jogging Strollers safety issues - owners of BOB bicycle trailers
"Because part of the design is that the front wheel is easily removable...And people can leave nuts loose just as easily as the can a QR."
Apr 22

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What I ride:
Vintage, Cyclocross, Cargo Bike, Fixed Gear, Folding Bike, Tall Bike, Funny Bike
The kind of riding I do:
Recreational, Commuting, Around Town, Distance, Social, Bike Camping, Touring, Other
What brings you to The Chainlink?
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About me:
Just some guy, ya know?

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At 9:18am on April 28, 2014, David Mann said…

Good man! :D I was a friend of Nick's as well. Glad to see his wrench-fist floating around still, even happier that those using it know who it belonged to!

At 9:03am on April 28, 2014, David Mann said…

Hi! I noticed your avatar and was wondering if you knew where it came from?

At 2:30pm on November 12, 2013, Narayan said…

Doug, thought I'd point you to a blog post about the build you helped me with this summer. Thanks for the help and advice!

http://etherfarm.com/electra/

At 8:45pm on January 19, 2013, Lisa Curcio said…

Sorry to hear about the unemployment.  Hope that changes quickly.

At 10:18pm on January 17, 2013, Haddon said…

thanks, tip appreciated, reflectors nabbed.

At 8:48am on January 15, 2013, Serge Lubomudrov said…

Hi, DUG! We mentioned this at your urban cycling class, remember? I didn't know it does apply to bicyclists, not only to motor bikes:

RUN A RED LIGHT, BIKERS? YOU'RE OK
Motorcycles and bicycles, often not heavy enough to trigger sensors that switch traffic lights from red to green, will now be allowed to legally pass through that light after waiting two minutes. Previously, the riders would have had to wait for another vehicle to arrive at the traffic light to set off the sensor, as WJBC reports. The measure was sponsored by State Rep. Dan Beiser (D-Alton).

At 9:14pm on February 5, 2012, Paul Wilson said…

Its a pretty cool bike. Needs to be gone over and lubed, adjusted, etc. 

Has great paint and decals. Spring is tight on rack. Super cool Miller generator set. Its a real timepiece.

I'm in Wilmette. give me a call if you want to pick it up.

Paul @847-651-9818

At 2:53pm on July 12, 2010, Maximilian said…
thank you for the beer my new friend!
At 3:37pm on July 8, 2010, Ron said…
Hell yeah!
At 11:40am on June 25, 2010, Emily Robison said…
remember me and my people from jake's pub back during one of the midnight marauders ride? is that even the name? either way were coming to tour de fat so hope to see you there!
 
 
 

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