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A Neat Incentive

Wouldn't this be cool in Chicagoland?  Americans will do almost anything to get a little something for free, so it might really work!…Continue

Started Oct 23

At least they stopped for the red light...
1 Reply

Astounding.  This person probably spends the rest of his or her time driving around on the lakefront trail.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by V W Oct 18.

A Transportation Vision Worth Supporting

Three well-versed transportation writer/gurus, Steven Vance, Lynda Lopez, and Yonah Freemark, have done a fine job (IMHO) in creating a transportation platform for the Chicago mayoral candidates to…Continue

Started Oct 11

What The Hell Is Wrong With (Some) People?
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Woman groped while riding down Milwaukee Avenue.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by clp Sep 25.

 

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Jim Reho replied to Yasmeen's discussion Checking out for a while by bike: Where would you bike? What would you bring?
"That is a really inspiring story!"
yesterday
Jim Reho replied to Yasmeen's discussion I Feel Invisible
"I saw this and went on eBay and picked up a winter jersey, with similar qualities, from the same company.  Thanks for the post!"
Nov 22
Jim Reho replied to Yasmeen's discussion 132 Pairs of Shoes
"As time goes by, it becomes harder for me to deal with knowing that I could get wiped out at any moment.  One thing that helps me is to get out on quiet trails and byways where I don't have to worry too much about cars.  Urban cycling…"
Nov 22
Jim Reho replied to CDubs's discussion Insider info for folks needing bike parts on the cheap
"Good luck, C Dub.  Hope you find a good job soon."
Nov 18
Jim Reho replied to Jeremy's discussion judicial retention vote
"Amazingly, there was actually a judge who wasn't retained this election.  First time in 28 years."
Nov 8
Jim Reho replied to Yasmeen's discussion Vote!
"You are so right.  I beat on my young friends all the time to get out and vote.  Unfortunately, in Illinois it is, and has always been in the almost forty years I've been here, a choice between bad and even worse.  Pritzker and…"
Nov 2
Jim Reho posted a discussion

A Neat Incentive

Wouldn't this be cool in Chicagoland?  Americans will do almost anything to get a little something for free, so it might really work!https://www.bbc.com/news/av/stories-45940844See More
Oct 23
Jim Reho replied to kb's discussion CTA FOIA response regarding bus driver training
"I'm pretty sure this is the training video they're referencing.   Share The Road"
Oct 22
V W replied to Jim Reho's discussion At least they stopped for the red light...
"Chicago Police officers were called to the area at about 8:57 a.m., but they couldn’t find the car or the person who had called police, said Officer Michael Carroll, a Chicago Police spokesman. Shocking"
Oct 18
Jim Reho posted a discussion

Protected bike lane? There's no such thing!

Astounding.  This person probably spends the rest of his or her time driving around on the lakefront trail.https://blockclubchicago.org/2018/10/17/driver-goes-down-downtown-bike-lane/ See More
Oct 17
Jim Reho replied to Bob Kastigar's discussion Electric Bikes Are About to Go Mainstream
"From everything I read, a lot of people in NYC are getting really aggravated about those."
Oct 16
Jim Reho replied to Bob Kastigar's discussion Electric Bikes Are About to Go Mainstream
"With lithium ion batteries and variants, owing to the high storage capacity and the strict standards necessary to properly manufacture them, quality is of the utmost importance.  Good lithium batteries are expensive, so the world is flooded…"
Oct 15
Jim Reho posted a discussion

A Transportation Vision Worth Supporting

Three well-versed transportation writer/gurus, Steven Vance, Lynda Lopez, and Yonah Freemark, have done a fine job (IMHO) in creating a transportation platform for the Chicago mayoral candidates to consider.  It is well thought-out, concrete, and comprehensive.  Its suggestions about improvement to the cycling environment in Chicago are practical and worth support.  I'm sure everyone will have a quibble here and there (for example, I'm not sure dockless biking would economically work in…See More
Oct 11
Jim Reho replied to Bob A.'s discussion You Moved and Damaged My Bike to Park Yours (Loop - LaSalle Street)
"Wow, I didn't realize that there are rack etiquette police patrolling the Chainlink.  I just try to park my bike leaving as much space to others as possible, regardless of the type of rack and its location.  Can't we all just get…"
Oct 4
Jim Reho replied to Carter O'Brien's discussion Navy Pier Flyover delayed (again)
"Maybe the people who run Lincolnwood aren't all grifters."
Oct 2
Jim Reho replied to Meg's discussion I don't want to hit you
"I use some inexpensive LEDs on my wheel spokes.  I have a taillight to take care of being seen from behind.  What these kinds of lights do is make your bike much more visible from the side, which is all good."
Sep 27

Profile Information

What I ride:
Road, Hybrid
The kind of riding I do:
Recreational, Around Town
What brings you to The Chainlink?
It's always good to learn from others.
About me:
Veteran rider of the South Side streets. Still alive but somewhat damaged.

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At 1:47pm on September 3, 2018, Tom A.K. said…

Thank you, Jim !  I appreciate your good work here ! Community !  . . .

At 4:39am on October 20, 2016, Tom Limon said…
Thanks for the great feedback, yeah it took me a while to explore and stumble upon some of these places. Thanks for pointing out my typo as well, I corrected it. :)
 
 
 

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