|7:50 AM (outbound) Blocked|
|Rush Hour: 8:30AM (inbound) STILL blocked.|
Some guy felt it necessary to tell me to "Get in the bike lane!"
Thanks, pal. I would if I could... but I can't.
If I'm to become a bike commuter, I'll need some practice with arriving at work: ready to work. My commute will be downhill in the mornings, so there's not really a need to don the special wicking and cycling gear. I won't be sweating much. I decided to ride today in my dress/work clothes: skirt, hose, oxford shirt and wool blazer. The hi-viz compulsion made me wear the loud scarf.
My lunch hour ride sent me to an artsy nook of the NorthSide called City of Asylum
|Just Be Good. Excellent advice.|
|Another Little Free Library find.|
I wonder if the people who designed that cycletrack were aware that people were going to park in it, and if they were aware, why they didn't have a plan to prevent it. Your best bet is just to avoid it. Nobody parks in the road on Smithfield, Grant or Liberty. I never experience hostility on a bike downtown on any of the surface streets in any lane -- except on Penn Avenue.ReplyDelete