sliding on the Picasso sculpture at Daley Plaza
down the Lakefront Path and meeting friends by chance
night fell at Belmont Harbor boat playground.
Pulled everyone out of the tugboat and turned back home
|Is the slack seat tube angle a feature, or a bug?|
|"Aaaah! I'm falling backward and|
it's hard to pedal!" The mannikin
should be leaning forward with
his elbows sticking out.
|or even as far as this|
|from far back, to this|
|These seats are really far forward to compensate|
for the bottom bracket and crank position
that permit good folding
|Bakfiets cargobike long|
|JC Lind World Headquarters on Wells St, Chicago|
|The XL Onderwater and the regular|
"This year’s 6 mile, leisurely ride features the new 18th Street protected bike lane and winds through the great neighborhoods of the 25th Ward – Pilsen, Chinatown, University Village and Little Italy. All ages are welcome to participate in this FREE event!There will be free kids bike helmets, bike safety tips from the Bike Ambassadors and healthy snacks. Join us for this family-friendly event!"
|photo from Brompton website|
1996 T5 Mk 2
|even this isn't very safe though...|
|This one is a good choice.|
|Never lock to a CTA pole!|
Here, we'd use the green one behind it.
|Country Rack visits the Big City|
|The blue things always draw a big crowd.|
It was hard to pull the kids away. Again.
|Some areas were wide open to ride, others had |
lots of fun activities to try out or watch
like dancing, playing, drawing or fencing !
|Lots of people took advantage of the |
chance to get the family out onto
Milwaukee Ave without traffic.
|Plenty of space to ride, walk, skate or anything else for miles,|
but many main street crossings along the way
|Extra events took place on small side streets off the main route.|
They were also teaching adults.
|coming through Grand Central Station|
|The Summer Streets route went all the way |
from the Brooklyn Bridge to Central Park.
Everyone should ride a bike over this bridge once in their lives.
|This map expands so you can read it if you click. Link is here too.|
|The Mies Van der Rohe post office, reflecting a small part of the CTU teachers' rally yesterday.|
They filled the downtown streets for blocks and blocks, supposedly about 25,000 participants.
"No matter how the result of this strike will be spun, blanched and sautéed by your PR department, just remember your kids went to school today, ours didn’t."