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Governor Hogan allows bike shops to remain open as essential businesse

Governor Hogan allows bike shops to remain open as essential businesse

     I just want to let you know that Governor Hogan has allowed bike shops to remain open as essential business.  Some people use their bikes for transportation, especially with MTA reducing their operations.  And the risk of catching the virus when you ride your bike on the road is less than being confined in transit.

    While the BBC has had to cancel club rides, it's certainly OK to ride on your own, or with a friend or two.  I rode this evening and found traffic to be much lighter than a normal weekday.  Let's take advantage of the light traffic to do neighborhood rides, see the tulips, greet your neighbors from 6', enjoy spring, and get a little exercise.  With almost no rush hour, Daylight Savings Time gives cyclists a chance to ride after work.

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Re: Governor Hogan allows bike shops to remain open as essential businesse

Hmm - Tulips -  great reminder Jeff.  Hope someone will post when Sherwood gardens is in full bloom.  In addition to less cars out there, it is also great to see so many people out there walking, hopefully the habit will remain when the crisis has passed.  Barry was swerving out to the middle of the road to allow walkers their full 10 feet!

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Re: Governor Hogan allows bike shops to remain open as essential businesse

Tulips are out in almost full bloom in Sherwood Gardens as of Sunday March 22.  Just a
little sunshine for sad times.

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