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    Seattle's I-5 Colonnade

    Solorider's blog has some sweet pics from the grand opening of Seattle's I-5 Colonnade. Only a few, but check em out!

    http://theyearofthebicycle.blogspot....ade-shots.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by su.ling~
    Solorider's blog has some sweet pics from the grand opening of Seattle's I-5 Colonnade. Only a few, but check em out!

    http://theyearofthebicycle.blogspot....ade-shots.html
    Awesome what they did with basically an unused area under the freeway. I drove over it a couple times last month and totally spaced that it was there.
    Bender to AZDog: I'm not the best person to give advice on not riding!

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    I rode there in July and it is a lot of fun. They have done a great job!! Great place to learn and with all the different zones it's easy to move up. Good place!!
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    Looks fun!
    The third pic on Sean's blog is just wicked! What a great concept. There are some good pics on the BBTC website as well. Phase 2 is already in the works.

    http://bbtc.org/wiki/index.php?title=Trail:I-5_Colonnade

    http://www.bbtc.org/colonnade/
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    D-O-P-E

    I propose draining Tempe Town Lake and building a park there.
    Heck... they could do something similar in the wash parks out in Glendale.

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    Thanks for the love Su Ling, the wiki actualy needs some updating, Phase II is done and all work had been completed as of last Friday. It's a pretty sweet little park with a little something for every skill level. I actually broke my heel out there back in May when my dad was in town(on the easy part no less).

    As for my next AZ visit, that's up in the air right now. I'd like to come back out again soon, but I gotta at least start riding my bike again first. Working 11 to 12 hours a day right now, 6 days a week.

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