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Sabrina Bosch
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Sabrina Bosch replied to Julie Aberman (Hochstadter)'s discussion OT- Help with a Blood Drive Issue
"Here is more current information out of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  Right or wrong policy makers toil with managing at least two risk factors among others:  -The probability that a donor has a disease,   and -the…"
May 5
Sabrina Bosch replied to David Henri's discussion 6 feet, not 6 inches on the trail
"To be fair to all, there is probably more than one point of view or sensibility in play here.  One challenge with mixed use trails is that there isn't a standard, much less people actually agreeing to that standard, as to what the…"
Apr 12
Sabrina Bosch replied to Skip Montanaro 14.5mi's discussion Is coronavirus changing biking in downtown Chicago?
"That statistical risk is (those statistical risks are) what actually what tells us </> how many people are likely to go experience an injury requiring hospitalization or ambulance transport via travel of one mode versus the other.  Spain…"
Mar 19
Sabrina Bosch replied to Skip Montanaro 14.5mi's discussion Is coronavirus changing biking in downtown Chicago?
"Both: Traveling for a kilometer at speed of 30km per hour in an auto (~18.6mph) is safer for the driver than traveling for a kilometer at 30km/hr (or 18mph) for the cyclist.  This holds true both in the aggregate and as replicated in crash…"
Mar 18
Sabrina Bosch replied to Skip Montanaro 14.5mi's discussion NY Times: A Grandmother. A Doctor. A 10-Year-Old Boy: N.Y. Traffic Deaths Rise
"Likewise avoid face-touching before the hands are washed.  One more thing, don't touch anything else with those hands before they're washed either since the virus can live a little while on hard surfaces as well.  This is one of…"
Mar 17
Sabrina Bosch replied to Skip Montanaro 14.5mi's discussion Is coronavirus changing biking in downtown Chicago?
"Here you are CLP, these commas added should help out, When life is more normal, societies can cover what they judge as the disproportionate health care burden that cycling generates, but the rest of the structure of European health care systems…"
Mar 17
Sabrina Bosch replied to Skip Montanaro 14.5mi's discussion Is coronavirus changing biking in downtown Chicago?
"It is interesting from that article where they say Spanish health authorities are urging cyclists to stay at home not only because of the threat of infection but rather the risk of putting additional stresses in case of an accident on an already…"
Mar 17
Sabrina Bosch replied to DanGer 8.2mi's discussion kansas city
"I am catching up here on chainlink and on this topic how are you get your bike to Kansas City or are you riding one that was already there?  I may look for a different thread about going out of town with a bike and how to do that.  I have…"
Mar 17
Sabrina Bosch replied to Mike Zumwalt's discussion What did you NOT need this Winter?
"I did not need my electric socks.  They were a present to me not something I bought and I still wore them other times but did not wear them on my bike.  My hands still got cold so I used those handwarmers but they seem wasteful in a way as…"
Mar 17
Sabrina Bosch replied to Matt Talbert's discussion Bikes in office spaces
"Some places don't like the marks that tires can accidentally put on doors and elevator walls so we just have to be careful to damage something.  There are bigger problems I think but the better we do with not banging up walls the more it…"
Mar 17
Sabrina Bosch replied to Skip Montanaro 14.5mi's discussion NY Times: A Grandmother. A Doctor. A 10-Year-Old Boy: N.Y. Traffic Deaths Rise
"Has anyone else noticed a change?  To my eye total traffic is down significantly.  Streets are very quiet. There is either indifference or a major ewww ick sort of hypocondriacis mood with people in public places. "
Mar 17
Sabrina Bosch replied to Skip Montanaro 14.5mi's discussion Is coronavirus changing biking in downtown Chicago?
"As this evolves it may depend on which bike we are talking about.  The Divvy handlebars may not be better than a handrail on the CTA.  Share bikes are often safer than personal bikes because they are slower and some riders are more novice…"
Mar 15
Sabrina Bosch replied to Bob Kastigar's discussion Chicago Critical Mass
"No offense intended PJC but did you even read the posts here?  Such as -And, I actually stopped doing CM because it absolutely IS about intentionally trying to cause congestion, if not confrontation. -Setting out to prove to everyone that…"
Feb 17
Sabrina Bosch replied to Bob Kastigar's discussion Chicago Critical Mass
"The issue has little to do with how I perceive myself as a cyclist nor anyone being meek. You may have missed the point a bit there so I'll give it another effort which is that Critical Mass does the opposite of building cycling's…"
Feb 16
Sabrina Bosch replied to Bob Kastigar's discussion Chicago Critical Mass
"Critical Mass. How 12 times a year 1 day a month undoes the other 30 days of cycling advocacy.  If some cagers were to come up with a scheme to convey that cycling advocates were full of BS and operating under a false flag of safety while…"
Feb 16
Sabrina Bosch replied to Brian S's discussion NY Thinks About Removing Lanes on a Highway Instead of Widening
"We should avoid shrinking Lakeshore Drive.  Right now the drive is free of trucks and actually bikes too.  Close by we have the Lakefront trail where trucks and cars aren not allowed but bikes are.  This separation of vehicle types…"
Feb 6

Profile Information

What I ride:
Road, Mountain
The kind of riding I do:
Recreational, Exercise, Around Town
What brings you to The Chainlink?
Wanted to check it out
About me:
I like to ride
My first bike:
Trek

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