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  1. #76
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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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    +1

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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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