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    Nice - there are a bunch more additions to the map since I last checked.

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    I marked my location in China!

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    Checked in my location from Belgium! Nice tool!

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    Now there are two in New Mexico.

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    Wow, it`s looking good now
    I see 2 in the Las Vegas area, but none of the names I recognize from the NV forum.
    Recalculating....

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    Oh, btw those random marks worldwide, that's me.

    Coz I'm all over the place




    just kidding.
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    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    The map is filling in nicely! Still need someone from South America!

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    Just marked myself. Now there are 2 dots in Omaha!

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    Evening all, i have recently relocated from Yorkshire in the north of England to Eindhoven for work. I am amazed at how cycling seems to be a religion here and yet i am the only mark on the map here.

    Ps it is much easier cycling in the Netherlands than on the Pennines but the views are not the same!!!!

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    ^^ It certainly isn't an inclusive list. There are a bunch of people that post on this forum that aren't on the map.

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    Just added myself.

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    ^^
    Great, whereabouts are you, I didn't see your mark right off.

    For anyone else, here's how to add yourself to the map without going to the first page...
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    I created an interactive map to graphically show where we all are. The map is a wiki, meaning anybody can edit it. Don't use exact locations if you are worried about privacy. Zip code is close enough. With events like Sandy this will let others know who is going through similar weather. Have Fun. Thanks for the idea rodar.

    Click the link,(!!You have to click the link to add yourself, the map below is only for viewing!!) MTBR Commuters
    Click Additions / Add Marker
    Enter your MTBR user name, add a picture or description if you like.
    From here you can either click your location on the map or enter your location (zip code works for USA)
    Hit Submit.

    http://www.zeemaps.com/MTBR_Commuters

    (Double left click to zoom in, Double right click to zoom out)
    <iframe frameborder=0 style='width:100%;height:500px;' src='http://www.zeemaps.com/pub?group=444558'> </iframe>

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    Quote Originally Posted by bedwards1000 View Post
    I created an interactive map to graphically show where we all are. The map is a wiki, meaning anybody can edit it. Don't use exact locations if you are worried about privacy. Zip code is close enough. With events like Sandy this will let others know who is going through similar weather. Have Fun. Thanks for the idea rodar.

    Click the link,(!!You have to click the link to add yourself, the map below is only for viewing!!) MTBR Commuters
    Click Additions / Add Marker
    Enter your MTBR user name, add a picture or description if you like.
    From here you can either click your location on the map or enter your location (zip code works for USA)
    Hit Submit.

    http://www.zeemaps.com/MTBR_Commuters

    (Double left click to zoom in, Double right click to zoom out)
    <iframe frameborder=0 style='width:100%;height:500px;' src='http://www.zeemaps.com/pub?group=444558'> </iframe>

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    Hey Hey Hey, i'm not alone in AK!

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    I notice a big gap in the western Great Plains of the US. This may be in part because there are few people, few cycling commuters, and long distances, but I wonder if it is mostly that MTBR is not where the roadie commuters from these states hang out. We had someone in Fargo trying to ride put the winter at one point.

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    ^^Interresting thought: no mountains = no mountain bikes? Maybe they`re all on the recumbent yacksites` commute subforums.
    Fargo or Moorehead MN? Don`t remember that guy`s name, but he had a beautiful old Romic.

    L.t., there`s another forum regular up there in Anchorage with you (JordyB) who isn`t on the map.
    Recalculating....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGI410 View Post
    I'm in Moorhead actually. Having lived here for 6 months now I am amazed how the city handles things. I think they are waiting for a big flood to wipe out the city as what happened in Grand Forks (100 miles north) in 1997. That way big federal dollars can pay for permanent solutions.
    Whoohoo! How many points do I get for that?
    Looks like he`s still active, just not a junkie about it like we are.
    Recalculating....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodar y rodar View Post
    L.t., there`s another forum regular up there in Anchorage with you (JordyB) who isn`t on the map.
    I've thought of adding some of these "slackers" to the map. We know where they are from, it's not like they are hiding anything. Some of the Canadians fall into this category too.

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    Haha!
    Naw, if sombody knows about the map and decides he doesn`t want to carry the FOIA that far into his personal life, I think it`s fair enough not to post up there. Even if it`s burried somewhere else in the archives of the forum, I can see not wanting to be part of that big ol One Stop Shop for whatever kind of spammers and scammers might be lurking... all those "guest" viewers listed on the bottom of the screen every day spook me a little too.

    So, did I just help the NSA and Rich Uncle in Nigeria to find thier long lost nephew Jordy?
    Recalculating....

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    i can't believe i am the first documented commuter in the 49931

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    Wow, lots of people have been silently adding their mark on there.

    Welcome chronsbons, looks like a nice place to ride.

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    Hard to believe I'm the first Mercer Islander! (WA)

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    Added mine, first in the Middle east.

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    Looks like I'm the first in the middle of the North Pacific Gyre.

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    Added!!
    The pedals turn, not just the left one, but the right one too.
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    Added....I can't believe I'm the only one in San Antonio. I guess we are one of the fattest cities for a reason.

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    Re: MTBR Commuters - Make your mark on the map

    I'm the only one in Fort Worth TX as well. Hard to believe that as I know of a good amount of "hipsters" who live here and commute every day.

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    Just added myself. Looks like there are about 3 others over in Boise. Cool! Maybe I'll meet one or two of them sometime.

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    Illinois is a void, apparently (on the site anyway) until you get to Chicago. Meh.

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    Whoa! This guy made an awesome mark on the map

    BBC News - Cyclist creates giant bike across the New Forest using GPS
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    That's a good one. Better than the giant cocks that have been so overdone.

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    First in greater Cleveland. Not surprised, although cycling is definitely enjoying quite a renaissance here. even just since the start of this year, I have been seeing an awful lot more regular bike commuters. Combine that with the great advocacy work of BikeCleveland which is really helping the development of new bike infrastructure, and I expect I won't be alone on the map for long.

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    Hopefully done...Kerikeri New Zealand.

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    Done.

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    Perth, Western Australia

    My commute is too long for just bike but lucky have a good train line running to work. Choice of stations at 3 mile (30% on path), 7 mile (95% on path), 10 mile (97% on path) and 15 mile (99% on path).

    Winter commute temps typically around 40-60F, gets as high as 100F or more in summer though.

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    i guess im the only commuter in bakersfield ca?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wagonguy1989 View Post
    i guess im the only commuter in bakersfield ca?
    On a bike, maybe. I think Dwight Yoakam walks. I`m just glad he does his walking down there and not around me
    Recalculating....

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    I'm only the second one in Houston, TX. There are other commuters at my office, but they must not be on this forum.

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