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"AFAIK, there's one in front of the Loyola Red Line station on Sheridan Rd.."

Fran Kondorf replied Oct 6 to Bike Repair Stand Locations

5 Oct 7
Reply by Apie (11)

""...the character of their community." Yep. Gotta' make sure and keep the poors out."

Fran Kondorf replied Aug 17 to Fight the Dickens Avenue Greenway NIMBYs!

12 Aug 26
Reply by Ben Gray

"Eh, that'll buff right out. /s"

Fran Kondorf replied Apr 11 to Farewell old friend

4 Apr 11
Reply by Fran Kondorf

"How about we all just blame the MOTORIST, who actually killed and injured people due…"

Fran Kondorf replied Mar 6 to 2 Cyclists Killed, 7 Injured By Motorist In NOLA

40 Mar 11
Reply by Juan 2-3 or more mi.

"A rear fender's a definite must in this town- or at least a rack. "

Fran Kondorf replied Nov 17, 2018 to I Feel Invisible

22 Nov 27, 2018
Reply by LJS

"Re; Tom AK's video-  Driver signaled their intent to turn right. That would tell me…"

Fran Kondorf replied Oct 28, 2018 to I've had it with the right hook

25 Oct 28, 2018
Reply by mike w.

"Yasmeen,  They hand out driver's licenses like candy at Halloween. The inept are ram…"

Fran Kondorf replied Sep 12, 2018 to Think of this as a Missed Connection.

2032 Sep 13
Reply by ketoguychicago

""What? You bike? On the city streets? Are you crazy? You shouldn't be doing that! Ot…"

Fran Kondorf replied Aug 10, 2018 to Reckless, Willful And Wanton

7 Aug 10, 2018
Reply by Fran Kondorf

"Thieves like nice things. And if you own nice things you need to keep them close to…"

Fran Kondorf replied Aug 9, 2018 to 8-5-18 The Usual Summertime Garage Bike Thievery

19 Aug 9, 2018
Reply by curt(is) locke

"Thanks for your input everyone- anyone else? Trying to stay under a grand if possibl…"

Fran Kondorf replied Jul 19, 2018 to Anyone Riding a Belt Drive?

8 Jul 20, 2018
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