Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Blog Barkin'...

If you ride in the DC-Metro area and don't know about the Wash Cycle blog, you are really missing out on a great source of local cycling information, particularly regarding road riding and commuting. Honestly, I don't know how this guy stays on top of the many political, economic, and social goings-on that affect skinny tire cycling in this congested little part of the country, but I do know that I'm glad he does. Well-written and well-researched, check it out and be informed.

8 comments:

gmr2048 said...

Thanks for the link. It looks like a great site. Hopefully he's got an RSS feed. I've written him to ask if he does. I'll post back here if/when I hear back.

gmr2048 said...

Woot! For the RSS-addicted out there, he's got a feed. The link follows:

http://washcycle.typepad.com/home/index.rdf

gwadzilla said...

yes.... Washcycle is very cool

today there is a Traffic Summit in my neighborhood...

I immediately turned to him for information

he did not have it
but
he was there with a response

tomorrow at the WABA holiday party I will learn if he is man, beast, or cyborg

gwadzilla said...

good running into you at the waba event
great catching up
great extending the conversation

lets ride...
yes

I may try to get a dc cross practice
sure it is post cross season
but
that does not mean that we can not still have cross fun
or is this like white shoes after labor day?

-zilla
still drunk

gwadzilla said...

oh....

something else

oh...

nevermind

gwadzilla said...

oh....

how did WashCyce evade us?

iconoclasst said...

Yeah, good meeting you. That was a good time with some cool folks. Lots of interesting conversations. And you can't knock any gathering where Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale is on hand. Unfortunately, I found the stash a little late and had to settle for 2; the Wild Goose Winter Ale I started with was very good, though. Maybe next time I'll remember to eat something during the evening; ended up at Paradiso in Gee-town near 11:00 to throw down a pizza and one Unibrou Chambly Noire that I couldn't pass up. Felt like a Hemingway character, sitting alone for the most part in a clean, well-lighted place late at night.

Tough climbing out of there with alcohol-sodden legs. Slept like the dead...

gwadzilla said...

drop me an email

gwadzilla8@yahoo