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cat calls? "on your left" is a cat call? well. This puts the times I've been passed on the trails by riders in spandex calling "on your left" in a very different light. Hmmm.

And IIRC trail design was not an issue because at the location in question, under a bridge, there really wasn't a design option. Which is not to say that the trail layout was not a contributing factor. And we have certainly discussed better trail design where it IS an option.

by AWalkerInTheCity on Dec 3, 2012 11:41 am • linkreport

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