Re: [Ietf-cycling] cycling means at IETF meetings

"Livingood, Jason" <> Thu, 05 November 2015 04:30 UTC

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One of the hurdles I had is how to find the means to cycle at IETF meetings.

I wonder whether anyone has brought a bycicle with self at an IETF meeting?  I brought a foldable at Maastricht, but that was because I came by train.

I rented a bike in Maastrict and cycled to the venue every day, and it was actually quite nice. I too will be interested in this list.

I also agree the velodrome seemed far away. I considered seeing a UCI cyclocross race last Sunday but it was also several hours by train. I consoled myself by having a beer at the Rapha store and reading cycling magazines in their cafe. ;-)

- Jason