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Old 07-09-18, 08:48 PM
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Old 07-10-18, 08:42 AM
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Click bait. I fell for it. You don't have to.

BLUF: car drivers in LA think it's dangerous to ride a bike there. My response: have you tried DRIVING in LA??
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Reggie Miller on Mountain Biking:
There are certain things black people just don’t do, OK? Skiing is one of them. Tiger made it OK for us to play golf. With mountain biking, I guess I’m one of the first. LeBron pedaled a bike from his house all the way to the arena once, with security. But on trails, I’m one of the only brothers out there biking.
From this interview:
https://www.outsideonline.com/206499...-will-drop-you

Also there's this:
https://www.bicycling.com/culture/a1...untain-biking/
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Oakland Yellow Jackets might have a different opinion on this. Road, MTB... it's all good.

LA sux.


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LeBron could make a big positive impact on bicycling in LA. Few people have more power in that city than a Laker superstar.
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I was a Reggie Miller hater back in the day, but only because I was a Knicks fan. Now that I've learned about him being into mountain biking, I think he's pretty cool.
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