Friday, December 14, 2012

Laura, 500 block of North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL

Laura rides a custom re-build mixte frame from Lugs

Sometimes I diligently write down someone's email, and then I just can't find it.  That is what happened with this young lady, but [hopefully] I remembered a few details correctly—  

#1 her bike is a custom rebuild from Lugs.  I'm convinced the folks over a lugs are as interested in people looking good on bikes as I am, so mad props!  I'll be hitting them up when I can throw down some cash for a custom rebuild. 
# 2. Her name was Laura and she was headed north.

Sorry for loosing your email Laura.  Please comment if you see this and have anything to add.

*** Side note: There is cause for celebration today— Chicago is getting a protected bike lane near my office!  I have been patiently watching the construction of the Dearborn protected bike lane and I'm excited to go for a test ride.  I'll be spending lunch here so come by and celebrate!
When: Friday, December 14 at 1:00 p.m.
Where: Printer’s Row Park, 700 S. Dearborn St.

8 comments:

  1. Pert and pretty in Chicago and a pretty shot; good as it gets.

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  2. Ooh that is such a lovely bicycle :-)

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  3. You look amazing gurl !!! your cycle is wow!

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  4. Nice sharing of this post. thanks./

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  5. When are you going to start posting again? I discovered this awesome blog in January and I've been waiting and waiting and waiting to see some new fancy bikers. Please come back!

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  6. The more bike lines, the better. You are a lucky girl for having one near your office!

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  7. Martha, I remember when I got a bike lane by my place here in Philly, my life changed! I used to take the longer/hilly road to grad school and often regretted it, but then they built a buffered bike lane all the way across Center City only a block away from my place and it was heaven! Enjoy the new bike lane.

    On a separate note, my next bike needs to be yellow!!!! My two current bikes are black—boring! I'm looking to replace my current city riding bike and I think yellow is the way to go!

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