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Bike thieves, one of the lowest forms of life
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So now I see that they're breaking into shops and taking the cream of the crop.  This must really be catastrophic for the owners, who deserve a lot better and give a lot to the community.Another…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Anne Alt on Friday.

Epic!
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I'd love to hear about the no-doubt epic rides people took this week.  It was really rough out there, at least on my level.  I went out on a short jaunt on Wednesday and learned a few harsh lessons: …Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Yasmeen Feb 5.

Convertible cargo bike?

My sister-in-law sent me this link to a Kickstarter project.  It looks interesting, but I have no experience with cargo bikes.  Any thoughts?…Continue

Started Jan 7

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, 2018

 

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Jim Reho replied to Yasmeen's discussion Mayoral Candidates - Who Is Bike Savvy? Thoughts?
"I'm VERY sure that April 2nd is going to be a happy day for him and everyone else, including me, who supports Lori.  I thought Preckwinkle was bright and competent, but she has gone some distance towards convincing me otherwise in this…"
10 hours ago
Anne Alt replied to Jim Reho's discussion Bike thieves, one of the lowest forms of life
"Dancing trolls - great response! Happy Friday!"
Friday
Yasmeen replied to Jim Reho's discussion Bike thieves, one of the lowest forms of life
"AWWW, THANKS!!!! JUST FOR THAT I HAVE JUST THE DANCING TROLLS FOR YOU. OH AND HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND!!! "
Friday
Jim Reho replied to Len Krietz's discussion Kelly Catlin Passes away
"It must be incredibly hard for her brave family to talk so candidly about her death, especially when it is so  fresh on their minds.  I hope that people suffering from the same problems Kelly did will hear about her and seek out the help…"
Mar 11
Jim Reho replied to Yasmeen's discussion March Bad-Weather Case of Crabcakes
"You might try a small humidifier in your office.  I've found that it makes a difference.  Hang in there!"
Mar 7
Jim Reho replied to Fran Kondorf's discussion 2 Cyclists Killed, 7 Injured By Motorist In NOLA
"I don't know if it's so good to walk or stand there during Mardi Gras, either. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/02/26/dwi-suspect-mardi-gras-parade-crash-identified/98448094/"
Mar 6
Jim Reho replied to Bob Kastigar's discussion Rail Biking, anyone?
"Breathtaking, in both great and scary ways."
Mar 4
Jim Reho and clp are now friends
Feb 25
Yasmeen replied to Jim Reho's discussion Bike thieves, one of the lowest forms of life
"Why I have taken to posting troll pics? 99% of the time you aren't kind or respectful of others posts and opinions. Your posts aren't steeped in fact-based information, just your own observations and opinions. Putting others down with your…"
Feb 23
clp replied to Jim Reho's discussion Bike thieves, one of the lowest forms of life
"Yes, the Cycle Smithy link works fine.  Thank you.   Very interesting.  And Yasmeen, I'm not angry about the decline of our Lakefront neighborhoods.  Just realistic....and a bit sad.  The young, bike-riding crowd…"
Feb 23
ketoguychicago replied to Jim Reho's discussion Bike thieves, one of the lowest forms of life
"clp, does this link below load ok? (I hope I'm not pasting them in wrong) Of interest, I was reading another story where the police don't think the thefts are connected. It's noteworthy though in each instance it seems like they knew…"
Feb 22
Yasmeen replied to Jim Reho's discussion Bike thieves, one of the lowest forms of life
"cop you seem very angry with all the troll posts"
Feb 22
ketoguychicago replied to Jim Reho's discussion Bike thieves, one of the lowest forms of life
"Here's the link again... (actually it's the same one, loads on my end, I actually copied it from above)  Lemme know.  https://abc7chicago.com/$20k-in-merchandise-stolen-from-lincoln-park-bicycle-shop/5144942/ It is fun to go…"
Feb 22
clp replied to Jim Reho's discussion Bike thieves, one of the lowest forms of life
"Link doesn't work.  Was that Cycle Smithy again? You only have to look at all the vacant Clark St. storefronts in Lincoln Park and Lakeview to get the message that bricks-and-mortar retailing is dying.  We're all buying…"
Feb 22
ketoguychicago replied to Jim Reho's discussion Bike thieves, one of the lowest forms of life
"Another shop got hit...  sigh. https://abc7chicago.com/$20k-in-merchandise-stolen-from-lincoln-park-bicycle-shop/5144942/"
Feb 22
Yasmeen replied to Jim Reho's discussion Bike thieves, one of the lowest forms of life
"Thanks Carm. Lots of good thoughts. I think you bring up a good point - these aren't typical thieves picking bikes off the streets. There is a well thought out theft ring happening in Chicago.  What worries me most is the impact it is…"
Feb 22

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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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