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Things we're thankful for in cycling in 2013
Last Post 01/01/2014 12:29 AM by entheo genic. 4 Replies.
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longslowdistance

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12/30/2013 09:33 PM
Here's my favorite thing to rejoice about for 2013:
Brian Cookson
79pmooney

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12/31/2013 12:44 AM
Mine is very simple: that I can still ride. (Doesn't hurt that I have several great bikes to do that riding on.)

Ben
SideBySide

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12/31/2013 03:52 PM
Posted By Frederick Jones on 12/30/2013 09:33 PM
Here's my favorite thing to rejoice about for 2013:
Brian Cookson

+1  I hope he is able to make a real change. 
ChinookPass

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12/31/2013 04:15 PM
I'm liking the steady increase in the number of bikes on the road in my region and the attention that is being paid by developers to cycling interests, nearly all of it positive and generally useful to improving biking conditions.

Also, I always see people out. Every day. Even this week, in the dark commutes when most are on vacation, there hasn't been much of a drop off.

Of course health too and I think we are still in the "show me" phase of the Cookson era.
Entheo

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01/01/2014 12:29 AM
Posted By Frederick Jones on 12/30/2013 09:33 PM
Here's my favorite thing to rejoice about for 2013:
Brian Cookson


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