Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Reducing the do we do it?

For those of you that don't know, I live in the Washington DC Metro Area.

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In general, every day is 'Ride Your Motorcycle to Work Day' for me. I ride year around. As long as there's no snow on the road and the temperature is above freezing, I'm riding. (My temperature record was 17-deg. However, on that day my eyeballs started to freeze so I upped my limit by 15-deg. Yes, there's a fine line between showing commitment and needing to be committed.) Rain is a nuisance but not a deterrent. Summer's heat can be as much of an inconvenience as winter's cold--but I remain steadfast on two-wheels.

What's been cramping my style lately is the number of automobiles on the road in this area. The WMA traffic woes are not just during morning and evening rush hours on the weekdays. The weekends, particularly in the summer months, are equally horrendous.

I'm soliciting ideas for how to get some of these cars off the road. Seriously.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think a tank would help eliminate a few of them.