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Join Date: May 2005
Location: Falls Church, VA
Bikes: Trek 750
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If you're headed west, N Veitch would be a long way around. Danville to Lee Highway would be the most direct way to the Custis Trail, but you have that big hill to deal with.
Even more direct and without the hills is to take the bike lanes on Wilson and Fairfax. Then take N Quincy or N Glebe to the Custis.
On weekends I take Fairfax to Glebe, go south back to Wilson, then west to the W&OD at Bon Air. It's pretty good when there is not much traffic.
added - Since the hills on the Custis are easier headed east, I'd probably take Wilson and Fairfax west bound and the Custis eastbound.
he, he. Java Shack, eh! That's the one just off of Wilson in the little brick building, isn't it? When I lived in that neighborhood in the early 80's, that building was the national headquarter of the American Nazi Party. It used to get picketed regularly. Even had a cast stone eagle and swastika over the front door.
Last edited by cc_rider; 10-01-07 at 07:53 AM.