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Old 04-16-18, 03:43 AM   #1
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Hey from Boston

I'm Meagan and being a bit inexperienced at biking, for now, I do really passionate about it though.
I'd be happy to hang out somehow whenever you are in Boston
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Old 04-16-18, 07:05 AM   #2
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I'm Meagan and being a bit inexperienced at biking, for now, I do really passionate about it though.
I'd be happy to hang out somehow whenever you are in Boston
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Hi Meagan,

For a nice, friendly Metro Boston hang out on BikeForums, see this thread on the Regional Discussion Forum, “Metro Boston: Good ride today? (link),” started in 2009, with over 7000 replies.

Also, I have posted a Cyclists Guide to Metro Boston (link), with information about road cycling, bikepaths, and taking your bike on the (T) (subway) and Commuter Rail.

By way of introduction, I’’m a decades long lifestyle cyclist…year-round commuting, road cycling and touring.
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BTW, I don’t list my location under my avatar, but it is “D’uh” [in Kenmore Square].

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My experience is that people drive differently in every city and treat cyclists very differently. The best advice often comes from cyclists that live the closest to you

The exception here would also be Jim from Boston--anyone that can successfully commute around Boston has my full respect and probably knows how to deal with about every intersection imaginable!
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Old 04-16-18, 03:26 PM   #3
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Welcome Meagan. You’ll find lots of information, help, and general advice here. As Jim said, check out the Regional forum for local stuff including people to ride 2ith.

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