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ITT vent about local systems

No.1443524 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
One. All I’m asking if for ONE fucking ride that isn’t stuffed with scam artists, tourists, and perhaps a car that doesn’t have needles on the floor. Also, is it just me or is it just needlessly loud?

This is also just a me-thing, but there’s seemingly always one guy who had never ride a train before. They usually fall on their asses but that’s funny so I’m not complaining.
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No.1492888 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Finally after two weeks of looking and thanks to an earlier thread being pointed out a fitness hybride would fit me more. I ordered and will receive my Giant Fastroad 3 SL in two weeks.

Any opinions on this Bike? Is there something like the DualTrap S that exists on this bike like Trek does with the FX3? Is it a good bike for long rides and losing weight getting fit?
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No.1484323 ViewReplyOriginalReport
>flies into your face
what do you do?
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cat racing bikes

No.1491616 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
If you wanted to go alleycat racing in Europe, what would be the perfect bike build?
Hard mode, 1000 € budget.
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No.1374361 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
You're at the cyclist cafe when this lady compliments your orchid collection.

What do you do, /n/? Oh and she's 163cm and 49kg, all slow twitch.
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Bikes are part of the problem

No.1488860 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Bicycles reinforce car culture.
They use the same roads, and a lot of the same technology (paint, fabrication, tires, etc.)
They also provide an alternative for idealistic young people who hate cars... an alternative that is statistically very likely to kill them.
>Don't want a car, faggot? Ok, here breathe smog and get run over
Bicycles have the second worst road-space utilization next to single occupant cars.
Bikes aren't usable by the elderly and handicapped.
Bikes keep retards like you from lobbying for better public transit.
Bikes make you sterile, ensuring that you can't pass on your car-hating views to future generations.

Bikes suck, change my mind.
Webm unrelated
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No.1493802 ViewReplyOriginalReport
>Good afternoon ladies and gentleman transit agency fare enforcement. Please have your transfers, tickets, and regional cards ready.
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American Parking Saturation

No.1493046 ViewReplyOriginalReport
America devotes far too many of its precious resources to parking. This is especially troubling given that driving is in decline. For example, the share of Seattle households with a car has fallen for the first time in at least 40 years, and the percentage of U.S. high school seniors with a driver’s license is at “a record low”—down from 85.3 percent in 1996 to 71.5 percent in 2015. Meanwhile, ride-sharing is up, and cities and real estate developers are striving to reduce parking requirements.
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No.1486434 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Is this the future of passenger air travel?
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Storing baggage at Amtrak Station

No.1491337 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Has anyone ever done this? My hotel checkout time tomorrow is 11AM but my train leaves at 6.
They said "\Storage in parcel check is available for $10 per bag." but I have no idea where or what that is.
It would be fucking sweet if I could drop off my bags and just explore downtown Chicago for the rest of the day.
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