[Ietf-cycling] cycling means at IETF meetings

Alexandre Petrescu <alexandre.petrescu@gmail.com> Thu, 05 November 2015 02:38 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.

Or is someone considering bike spinning in a sports center?

I also would have liked to go see keirin in Japan, but it looked way too