Sarah Kaney noticed a sad Hubway bike abandoned on the Orange Line this evening.
I would of rode it to a station close to home; free trial!
That is indeed the thing to do. It gets the bike back in service, and saves the poor person who misplaced it from a fat fee.
How do you forget a heavy bike?
On a tad more serious note, I was at Downtown Crossing one evening last week and saw a sketchy looking guy doing something, well, sketchy. When he was done, he took off on a Hubway bike.
You actually need to have one to do sketchy things on a Hubway.
But, hey, Hubway Station, Subway Station, what difference?
If you qualify for the subsidized program, for $5 cash you get a free helmet and 1 hour of ride time, instead of the 30 minutes the poor working saps get.
I cannot remember the sketch behavior, but I think it had something to do with shoplifting from CVS, but anyway I'm not even sure at that. That one of the dregs got one of the bikes in the first place was the strange part. Hence, it stuck in my head. There were other guys there, too, but this guy had a hubway bike. Weird.
where'd I paaark my bike?
Nonsense. Highly recommended. :)
I don't Hubway when flat-out drunk, but I will hubway when I'm legal to drive but wouldn't want to.
Besides - if you're a 0.06 kind of tipsy, the problem solves itself when you bike.
on the subway.
It will ride forever 'neath the streets of Boston.
It's not my job to move this fuckin' thing.
Next challenge, a green line trolley on a Hubway bike.
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