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  • […] path of another. Long Beach biking expats the Path Less Pedaled looks back on this past week’s National Bike Summit in Washington DC; Jonathan Maus of Bike Portland offers his final thoughts, while DC Streetsblog […]

    March 09, 2013
  • David Pearce

    It was my pleasure to host you while you were in D.C.

    Also, as a man, I guess I wasn’t aware of this great divide, if there is one, between male and female bikers. I’ve always felt that biking was open to all, there were no rules against female bikers, bicycles certainly helped with women’s liberation in the late 19th c., etc.

    Anyway, the more female (and male) bicyclists the better. I guess we’ll know we’ve arrived when traffic reporters report on the morning or evening rush hours that there is “bicycle congestion” here or there, although we won’t be able to hear it because we don’t ride with ear buds! (Right?).

    I do have a bicycle radio that is open to the air, so I’ll still be able to receive the bicycle traffic, and I guess we’ll all have our GPS devices that will tell us all where the worst bicycle backups are on any given morning!

    Come back soon! :-)

    March 09, 2013

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