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Old 01-21-21, 12:00 PM
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Hi from Reston, VA

I joined a few years ago but have just gotten around to posting. I used to commute for a few years in the Reston, Vienna, Tysons, McLean, and Washington, DC area before retiring. I rode tubulars at the time and was pretty good at changing them when I had the occasional flat (and then repairing them when I had a few to work on). At present, I have two bikes with tubulars, a SOMA SAGA touring bike, and a modified Dahon folding bike. I ride on the Trail Patrol on the W&OD (Washington and Old Dominion) multi-use trail, with the objective of helping trail users who might be in need.
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I've spent some time in Reston for work. While crowded at times, the w&od is one of the only trails where the users universally know what the ding ding of the bell means.
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Welcome. I used to live in Reston and moved to Herndon. I also commuted 2 times a week to DC (58 miles round trip). I especially enjoyed rides out to Purcerville before everything west got built up.

wvucyclist, I’m also from WV (north central part).
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Old 01-25-21, 01:35 PM
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Welcome, I'm in Herndon and am OFTEN riding through Reston on the W&OD.

Funny that as I read " the w&od is one of the only trails where the users universally know what the ding ding of the bell means ", I'm immediately drawn to a moment yesterday when I was casually drifting around the Reston trail system and said "on your left" as I intended to pass on the left, and the gentleman (buried in his phone) who was FAR to the right already, slowed down and slowly MOVED to the LEFT!!!! :-) Oh bother. Anyway, a hearty welcome to candango We really should do a group (casual) ride for bikeforums users in Reston/Herndon area.
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