Forgot password? | Forgot username? | Register
  • Index
  • » Users
  • » balto charlie
  • » Profile

Posts

Posts

Jun-05-20 08:22 pm
Let's do Some Virtual Rides for Bike Month
Category: Social
Dec-30-19 07:27 pm
Category: Social

I saw Bob today, he looks good but his ankle is in bad shape. He has a plate and some screws holding it together all in a cast. He can't put weight on the foot for 4 weeks. His spirits were good but he knows he has a long way to go for full recovery. 

He wants to thank all well wishers and says he will be back on two wheels training for Monument to Monument.

I do not believe robbery was the motive. I believe they caught 2-3 of the youths but there were many others involved.

Dec-30-19 08:06 am
Category: Social

I do not know their motives, I think he got his bike back.  I do not know if they caught them.  I hope to talk to Bob soon and get more info.

Dec-29-19 12:42 pm
Category: Social

Good news, Bob is going home today.  Still in pain but at least it is home.  He says, lots of minor injuries and 1 serious, leg/ankle.  Stairs will be difficult and only time will tell.

Dec-28-19 05:04 pm
Category: Social

Greetings, Some sad and disturbing news about Bob. He was attacked by some punks near Guilford ave while riding his bike 2 nights ago. He was taken to UMD shock Trauma.  Today he is doing better but in a lot of pain.  He has a severely broken leg(ankle??), like a twisted fracture, in 3 places involving 2 bones. That is all I know at this time. Ill update as I learn more.

Once again the Baltimore Bike Club stepped up BIG TIME and donated funds to help the Baltimore Metropolitan Council sponsor Bike To Work Day. Please support the event to show the local politician our numbers. Be counted!!

I am sure all of you know about Bike 2 Work Day next week but if you don't here is the link to register:

Registration link
https://biketoworkmd.com/event-register


Homepage:
https://biketoworkmd.com/

I hope a lot of you folks can show up tonight and be heard. 

I just received this email. These roads are crucial for west side biking so cyclists might want to have their voices heard.

.....I was told today that there will be a public meeting hosted by the Baltimore County Department of Public Works to discuss the options for Thistle, Hilltop, and River Roads on October 18, 2018, between 6:30pm and 8:30pm at Hillcrest Elementary School.  The meeting will be held in the cafeteria.  I don't know many details beyond that, however i believe they will be going over several options for each roadway (repave, shut down, hike/bike access, etc).  Please make it if you can, the more cyclists at the meeting the better (in my opinion).  Feel free to distribute to other email lists.....

Bonnie Branch is open to cyclists. There are road closure signs but we are allowed to go through.  I went while many trucks and workers were there and they waved me through. I wouldn't take a recreational peloton through but fine for a solo. Lots of damage, go slowly.

  • Index
  • » Users
  • » balto charlie
  • » Profile

Board Info

Board Stats
 
Total Topics:
4371
Total Polls:
8
Total Posts:
3920
Posts today:
2
User Info
 
Total Users:
2820
Newest User:
Claudine Castano
Members Online:
3
Guests Online:
1012