That brochure makes me want to buy one right now.
Excellent! Thank you for sharing that! Read more
PUT HIM BACK
In west Philadelphia blown and razed
On the refinery was where I spent most of my days
Chillin’ out maxin’ relaxin’ all cool
And processing some crude oil like nobodies fool.
When a vat of butane was up to no good
Started making trouble in my neighborhood
There was one big ass explosion and my mom got scared
She said ‘You’re… Read more
Not having a title on articles makes it difficult to actually read the article as there is no clickable link to open the article. I had to click the comments button to read the rest of the article. I’ve noticed this a few times over the past few days. Please make sure to put a title on your article.
Stolen from Facebook
Again, I have ridden a bike here many times. Have lived here my whole life. If you want to get hit by an uninsured driver, have people rage at you, or get run over by a driver texting/talking on their cell phone, by all means ride in the street as much as possible. One of those things is bound to happen to you… Read more
If you’re not interested, then you will continue to not understand what is actually dangerous for cyclists. I don’t know how people ride in LA, but I have commuted extensively by bike in SF, Oakland/Berkely, and Denver, and in those three anyone riding their bike on a sidewalk for more than 20 feet is someone on a… Read more
Not really interested, I’ve ridden a few miles in the city multiple times since I was a young kid and it was never fun. Do you ride in LA? riding on sidewalks is a normal thing, seems fine to me as long as it is legal and you are respectful of pedestrians. When I used to ride as a kid I would try to ride on the… Read more
I think some day you should try to commute at least 5 miles by bike and you’ll understand why riding on sidewalks is a no-go, why riding right next to curbs is usually a no-go, and why riding through a stop sign to get out of an intersection as quickly as possible makes sense when you can see there are no cars to… Read more
Biking on the sidewalk is more dangerous. Especially if you have to bring along a copy of the map below and constantly check which portion of LA county you are in to see if bike riding on the sidewalk is legal.