Monday, January 19, 2009

Today's SF Chronicle: We Are One Bike Parking

[from sfgate.com set: We Are One Concert]
Two women walk past bicycles that are locked to a fence along Constitution Ave in Washington, Sunday, Jan. 18, 2009. Several hundred thousand people gathered on the National Mall on Sunday, during the " We Are One: Opening Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial. (Pat Jarrett / AP)

6 comments:

  1. That's exactly how bikes were all locked up in Chicago around Grant Park on election night. I went with a group of six and we all rode our bikes, then got to participate in the impromptu parade down Michigan Ave afterward. I would love to be in DC now!

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  2. Huh. My Xtracycle would be a bit unwieldly if I tried the hoist-n-lock-- but I like the space saving!

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  3. letsgoride/ that must've been amazing! do you have any pictures? how fun ;)

    RJ/ it's like a double-decker fence. xtracycles always find a way of fitting somewhere, somehow.

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  4. No bike pictures, unfortunately, as my camera battery died that night. I've seen some good ones online, can't remember where.

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