http://www.nicolaslatte.com/pab/gde-mozhno-kupit-nasvay-v-moskve.html The map you see below is a heat map of all the rides I’ve done in the last 2-3 years in and around San Francisco. 99% of these rides started at my house on my bike — no driving or car necessary. This map illustrates how truly amazing San Francisco is for cyclists. Without driving we have SO much access to amazing rides on the coast, over mountains, around lakes, through cities and by coffee shops and bakeries. I claim that San Francisco is the best city for cyclists.
кокаин в рот Here’s a view of just Marin, the county just north of San Francisco across the Golden Gate Bridge (which has a bike path). In Marin alone you can ride 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80, 100, 125 miles starting at my front door and ending at my front door, how ever many hours later.
http://saiinnovativesolutions.com/pab/prodam-geroin-zakladkami.html And here’s a view of all the rides you can do quickly in a morning or afternoon, if all you have is an hour of time:
get link Have I convinced you yet? San Francisco is the best city for cyclists. And San Francisco as far as pure city experiences go is pretty amazing, too :). I love San Francisco!
follow For the last 2-3 years I’ve used Strava and my GPS-enabled bike computer to track my rides. Strava is great because it lets me compete against my friends and measure progress. Recently Jonathan O’Keeffe built a tool that uses the Strava API to create a heat map with all of the rides one has done. The maps you see above were generated from his tool.