Just do It

Move closer to your work and frequent destinations, and practice the 1-mile Solution.

Otherwise?

Well, this.

What’s your health and well-being worth to you?

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Comments 3

  1. Steve A wrote:

    So, Andy, you are suggesting that I give up my pleasant, 7 mile bicycle commute, incurring over 40k in RE and relocation costs, so I can move to a neighborhood I don’t like within a mile of work for the couple of working years before I retire and move back to Washington State for good. How is this sensible again other than my ride to the gym will get longer and I’ll have to go there to make up for a commute not much longer than the walk in from the bike rack?

    Posted 17 Aug 2011 at 4:45 pm
  2. Michael wrote:

    Steve, individual mileage may vary. But, you might look for a one mile solution kinda place once you move back to Washington, no?

    Andy, how would you rate Springfield as a one mile solution kinda town?

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    Posted 17 Aug 2011 at 7:59 pm
  3. Andy Cline wrote:

    Steve… Of course not — and you know that ;-) You’re willing to make a 7-mile ride. I wonder if I would be.

    Michael… Springfield is already a great place to ride a bicycle as basic transportation. Now if we could just figure out a way to let people know. As for the 1-MS, people in the urban core are set. Everything is close to everything else. The suburban areas are a different matter, as they are most places.

    Posted 18 Aug 2011 at 11:09 am