Tube Strike (Was: [ANNOUNCE] [SOCIAL] Social at Dirty Dicks, Thursday 6th September)
simes at bpfh.net
Mon Sep 3 15:22:42 BST 2007
On Mon, Sep 03, 2007 at 02:49:34PM +0100, The Mechanic wrote:
>There are some games you win by not playing. This is one of them.
>To win at Tube: don't use it.
>Hooray for motorcycles.
Or Hooray! for bicycles. That said, I'm not looking forward to dealing with
lots more cyclists on the roads tomorrow evening - the morning isn't going to
be that different as there aren't that many people who cycle around at 6am.
It'll be interesting to see how fast the bike park at work fills up as well.
The tube strike wouldn't affect me that much however; even if I don't cycle
in I only have to use the DLR and work is a nice 15 minute walk from Bank. Its
a nice and simple choice for me - go along one stop on the Central line or
walk for ~5 minutes more. Not a hard choice when it comes to it and its
usually quicker to walk than go to the Central line, wait for the train go
along one stop and then get back to ground level.
 Darn pesky nails; even with kevlar tires and slime filled tubes, there
are some punctures which are just too big. Although the combo I used meant
that I could still at least cycle home rather than getting an instant
rim killing flat.
Simon the stressed http://www.bpfh.net/ simes at bpfh.net
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