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  • Rachel Costa

    Although biking, summer time, and outdoor boozing are all great things, I'm not so sure that 'booze and bikes' should be promoted as a joint activity. As an avid bike commuter and joyrider in NYC, I can say that getting drunk and riding your bike here is a horrible idea. Besides supporting the previous commenter that it's likely illegal anyway, in a place like NY where we share the road with vehicles and pedestrians, its dangerous enough to ride sober.

    Perhaps I'm just jealous of Portland's awesome pro-cycling attitude and ignorant of what life could be like here if everyone joined the 'Bikes are the best way to travel' mindset, but until then, i'll keep my booze and bike separate.