E266 – Adron Hall: The Sleuth Is Back On The Case

Adron Hall spent some time traveling in Europe, and returns with his conclusions!  We are excited to share his incisive commentary on how great it is there, and what we can learn stateside.  Adron is widely known as The Transit Sleuth!

A new podcast from Open Roads studio! Why Isn’t Anyone Talking About This?

from aeon.co: Why Boring Cities Make for Stressed Citizens

from oregonlive.com: Portland known for bicycles, beer and … syphilis

from lovely bicycle: Friend Forgot Their Set of Lights? Form a ‘Bike Train’ in the Night!


Sébastien: mountain bike the undergound in Louisville

Krista: Listening to @SprocketPodcast ep254 “Sober Sept & Sysfail,” while folding laundry. 1st thought, “need beer w laundry folding!” #pointmissed

E264 – Adam Stewart & Friends: Overnight Ride
from Phil in AK: “Riding in the dark is a wonderful thing.” “Aaron, be careful of the N+1 trap.” The new Surly Wednesday.

Logan in CA sends instructions on RAM installation. We’re still scared.

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