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Harry Lee
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  • Chicago, IL
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Harry Lee replied to DerferMark's discussion 312 River Run Trail
"Have yet to ride this but got the chance to check it out on a run last week and it was fun- a nice addition to the local trail system, but it definitely leaves me wanting expansion in both directions.Going north, I know Manor greenway is supposed to…"
Dec 10, 2019
Harry Lee replied to Jim Reho's discussion Keeping a proper lookout
"FYI - Bike Lane Uprising is holding a call to action/creating a people protected bike lane tonight at the section this occurred at:https://www.facebook.com/events/458192194822691/"
Nov 6, 2019
Harry Lee replied to Argonne69's discussion Divvy
"I've thought about doing a much simpler version of this, with only one 'transition' from bike to foot (or vice versa, depending on my mood) per commute. Dumb(ish?) question - do you simply forgo a helmet on the bike portions? I'd…"
Jun 14, 2019
Harry Lee replied to Matt Talbert's discussion Paving the Des Plaines River Trail?
"I'd like it paved, with consideration given to keeping the existing stretches that CX/Mountain bikers use as is if another pathway is available for paving. I'm sure space is an issue, but in certain stretches (I'm thinking of the…"
Jun 14, 2019
Harry Lee replied to clp's discussion Starting the Mayor on the Right Foot
"Given that there's no evidence that would be more efficient (or even as efficient) as an extension of the Brown Line, it's easy to conclude that it won't be used, and/or that somebody would not want it."
Jun 14, 2019
Harry Lee replied to Yasmeen's discussion Channel Trail in the group Chicagoland Bike Trails - News & Conditions
"I used the trail a few weeks ago to run to Evanston and it looked like an active construction site. The west side of the trail was blocked off, so I had to run down McCormick Blvd in order to catch up with the trail again at Devon. Not sure when…"
Jun 3, 2019
Harry Lee replied to clp's discussion Starting the Mayor on the Right Foot
"I guess I'm not sure how you could objectively conclude the efficiency would be the same between an Express Bus and an extended Brown Line. The express bus would not carry as many people, would require an additional transfer, additional…"
Jun 3, 2019
Harry Lee is attending Active Transportation Alliance's event
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Fifth Third Bike The Drive 2019 at Butler Field

May 26, 2019 from 5:30am to 12pm
Fifth Third Bike the Drive is Chicago's kickoff to summer! With Chicago recently being named one of the best bicycling cities in America by Bicycling magazine, what better way to celebrate than with a ride on the city’s crown jewel roadway — Lake Shore Drive. So grab your bike and enjoy almost 5 hours of car-free riding on Sunday, May 26.  Proceeds benefit Active Transportation Alliance’s work to improve biking, walking, and transit throughout Chicagoland.…See More
May 22, 2019
Harry Lee replied to clp's discussion Starting the Mayor on the Right Foot
"I agree with all of the ATA's priorities except for the bus lane thing. I mean, I'm not against it or anything, but would rather see some of the rail-focused Transit Future initiatives like extending the Brown Line to connect to the Blue…"
May 21, 2019

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What I ride:
Hybrid
The kind of riding I do:
Recreational, Exercise, Commuting, Competition / Racing
What brings you to The Chainlink?
Updates on cycling infrastructures, riding tips.
My other websites (twitter, facebook, pinterest, Google+, blogs, etc.):
http://www.twitter.com/harrylee773

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