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Doug Haynes
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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 V W's discussion Random guy directing traffic at lake near des plaines
"fI you feel bad reporting him, don't..."
Doug Haynes replied to Madopal (16.5 mi)'s discussion Bike crash this morning on Milwaukee
"That is not actually possible..."
Aug 9
Doug Haynes replied to Bob A.'s discussion @sshole driver caught on tape and fired from law firm
"I wonder if that ding-dong realizes how lucky he that the cyclist he decided to assault is the sort of person who records and posts stuff vs. the sort of person who likes to escalate things. I commend the cyclist as a coolheaded because in that…"
Aug 3
Doug Haynes replied to V W's discussion Bike parking etiquette
"1. No, there is a TON more security.  Single lock the thief must cut only one u-lock and walk off with your bike... 2. A bike locked frame and wheel on single point can still easily fall depending on your choice of locks.  It's a…"
Jul 26
Doug Haynes replied to V W's discussion Bike parking etiquette
"But you don't understand. THEY ARE AN EXPERT"
Jul 24
Doug Haynes replied to Jim Reho's discussion If Franz Kafka made a bike video....
"Regardless of what the cyclist did the officer HIT THEM ON A BIKE WITH AN SUV and then told them 'it was for their safety...'It's a ridiculous justification. It is also ridiculous that the officer chose to use a physical method of…"
Jul 24
Doug Haynes replied to V W's discussion Bike parking etiquette
"I am one of the least road bike-centric people ever and I hardly ever have and issue locking up to an occupied bike rack in the correct manner.And if I do I just walk down the street to find a suitable place to lock because I am aware that my choice…"
Jul 24
Doug Haynes replied to V W's discussion Bike parking etiquette
"Holt crap this whole thread is brilliant... OP, the way you lock a bike is wrong and, in the long run, more likely to cause you to end up with a damaged bike than parking in the proper way.Do you know WHY the parallel against the rack? It is for 2…"
Jul 17

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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
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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!

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:

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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