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Bike lane big as a road.
Recumbents: Lightning Thunderbolt, '06 Catrike Pocket. Upright: Trek Mountain Bike.
8.5 mile commute. I like bike lanes.
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Don't feel like hogging the whole board with big pics....
US93 don't go there
Comming down Mingus MT. with my brakes smoking. Note one way.
Peoples Valley note not bicycle valley.
A nice winding road
MUP or road?
In the forrest in the forrest.
Interstate I 17 Yes cyclists can ride on them. I dare you take the lane LOL. j/k
Oh here is some grade and a nice shoulder.
That's just a shoulderOriginally Posted by sbhikes
To Recycle: Where was 25180ac0.jpg taken? That's quite a hill!
Hi Eli,Originally Posted by Eli_Damon
That hill is in NW Illinois, roughly 40 mi due east of Galena and 15 mi NW of Freeport. There are 3 or 4 hills like that in as many miles.
The photo is looking east from mile 3.2 of this route. http://www.bikely.com/maps/bike-path...ernate-Routing
My wife and I thought we were out of the hills when we started that leg of our trip last year.
Originally Posted by galen_52657
We have a bike lane as big as the one diane posted. It is a bike lane, not a shoulder (ours I mean) even though it looks exactly the same. 1.5 m is designated bike lane, the rest, shoulder. Things are not always as they seem.....
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