>Then, tomorrow was another day >The morning found me miles away >With still a million things to say >Now, when twilight dims the sky above >Recalling thrills of our love >There's one thing I'm certain of >Return >I will >to old >Brazil...
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Long story short, I would like to get a new bike, because my current one works pretty hard.
How did I figured out my bike works pretty hard? Checking out my friends' bikes and saw a clear difference in performance.
The bike I'd like - a mountain bike that I'll mostly use in the city (there are a lot of holes in the pavement where I live, and I need suspensions for that). Also I'll most likely pedal through forest tracks in the park and near the city.
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Chicago reporting in. Working for one of the larger companies downtown. It's okay, I used to make a lot more before they gave me a new dispatcher. I don't stop moving all day and I rarely get break. Usually take it pretty easy and ride relaxed for that reason.
I ride a few different bikes but my favorites are standard road bikes with risers and thumb shifters. Once I get my old rockhopper set-up properly, I'll probably ride that thing most of the time. A good track bike has also never let me down.
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How many people on /n/ commute to work every day via public transit (buses, trains, metro, ferries, etc)? How long is your commute? Is it convenient? Do you own a car otherwise? >inb4 everyone is a NEET
I'm moving to Seattle in a year, and getting to work using the buses will take 1.5 hours, 3 transfers, and 3 different transit agencies. May as well just drive at that point.
>Occupation night auditor for some 4-star hotel >distance from home 70km ( roughly 44 mile) >ETA 40 minutes >mode of transport bike(from home to train station)-commuter train-metro >convenience I guess. The train could have wifi service(since I spend like half an hour on it), but yeah >do I own a car? No. I do have driver's license though. It's just that I'm... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>915557 >getting to work using the buses will take 1.5 hours, 3 transfers, and 3 different transit agencies As someone who did that every day for a year, don't do that, especially in a place that gets so little sun during the winter months, you'll want to do nothing more than kill yourself. That's of course assuming that driving is quicker, because if it's not, I highly recommend you live closer to work, because a 90 minute drive to work is just as insane unless you can carpool... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>915557 I'm a NEET as of now, but commuted for 4 years to my university which is a few towns over, about a 40 minute train ride. Door to door it took me about one and a half hours though, since it took me a lot of time to get to and from the stations. Used to do tram > subway > train > bus.
It's amazing how much infrastructure we have (literally Berlin-sized subway, double tracked electrified commuter rail, couple of tram lines, the works) and yet getting anywhere takes you about as much time as... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Post cities which are really bad transportation-wise, and tell us why. Pic related, it's Münster, Westfalia, Germany.
Pros >great for cars >great for cyclists >flat Cons >so many fucking bicycles clogging up everything else >central train station is currently being rebuilt, forcing people to walk 10 minutes from the main entrance to the trains And worst of all >no tram/light... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Pros: > walking/biking friendly >multimodal infrastructure > dense compared to surrounding region > city has fostered a strong streetcar network historically > community support for better transit > train line to surrounding region and Washington DC
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my trusty Sony MDR-E818 earphones (pic related) needed some soldering magic twice now to continue. I'm wondering how long until they' fall apart completely.
What earplugs do you use / recommend for use on bike / train / elsewhere that will not break the bank, allow situational awareness and sound at least half decent? Bonus points for having survived heavy rain. Mine did, going mute for some time but coming to life again when drying, no permanent damage.
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