Looking for some great riding trails in the capital district? Here’s a great website to help you find the best MTB trails around. Check them out and let us know what you think!
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1. GEN411 – Cotton/Poly Bandana in Black – $4.19
Useful as many things, kleenex, sweatcatcher, greasecleaner-upper…
2. BA687 – Pedro’s Tire Levers in green – $3.99
For quick bike repairs on the go
3. BA122- Reflectior Wheel Short and Clear – $2.99
4. TP327 – Park Tool TB-2 Emergency Tire Boot – $2.98
Another while-on-the-ride-emergency must have.
5. B088 – Schrader-Presta Rubber Rim hole Adapter – $0.75
There are lots of bike sharing programs around the world. Here’s a handy chart of just some of the locations.
# Of Stations
# Of Bikes
|CitiBike System – 2013||New York City, NY||300+||6,000||24-7|
|Capital BikeShare – 2008||Washington, DC||200+||1,800||24-7|
|Bixi – 2009||Montreal, Canada||411||5,120||24-7|
|Barclays Cycle Hire – 2010||London, England||687||9,200||24-7|
|Samba – 2008||Rio De Janeiro, Brazil||60||600||24-7|
|Tel-O-Fun – 2011||Tel Aviv, Israel||150+||2,000||24-7|
|Velib’ – 2007||Paris, France||1,800||20,000||24-7|
|Hangzhou Public Bicycle – 2008||Hangzhou, China||2,700||66,500||24-7|
|Dublin Bikes – 2009||Dublin, Ireland||44||550||24-7|
|Melbourne Bike Share – 2010||Melbourne, Australia||51||600||24-7|