Discussion in 'Commuting' started by mustang1, 14 Sep 2017.
Before I started bike commuting, it was The Underground.
Shank's pony, 2 trains and a light railway.
Hands and knees.
Car and still is.
Walking and train, and before that by car. I don't miss the car commuting one bit.
20 min drive to station.parked as close as I could get free parking,10 min walk to station after parking,then 2 trains,district/central line...dont miss it
James Bond style jet pack.
Car in prior job. Currently train/tube if not cycling or if wah (only started on 4 Sept, so far 4 days in office, 2x cycling, 2x public transport)
Train for Me. most nights I pass the station at the same time my train would be getting in at
Feet and train.
Car, but before that, bike.
Bus. Cycling is so much better. No longer have to mingle with the drug addicts and alcoholics and listen to Chantelle telling Courtney her life story.
Yep, jet pack for me too.
Seriously, I've never driven, so over the years its been a mix of bicycle, bus, legs, taxi, tuk-tuk, cycle rickshaw... depending on the distance, the weather, how I feel, and where I am (I've worked in Asia, as you might guess).
Currently I work from home, and when I get out of bed I'm closer to my desk than to my bike. And I really like the fact that cycling for me now is pure pleasure and nothing else.
Since working in London, Motorbike for 6 years, then got smashed to bits in a accident, off work for 8 months, car for the next year, got extremely fat then turned to the bicycle for the last 12 years. ( some days I still car/train combination)
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