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While the Georgia Ave corridor is as bad as any other urban corridor such as Conn Ave there are ample parallel side streets that are ideal for safe and sane biking. 8th St from the DC line to well south of Kansas Ave is hilly but quiet. Qualia Coffee has a very busy back door thanks to 8th St. ( that and the excellent Bike House clinics on Saturdays ) I rode from Walter Reed to the Bicycle Place last Saturday and didn't feel the least traffic anxiety until I was south of RI Ave. That included riding down 8th St to Warder St to the bike lane on 5th St around the reservoir and on down a very picturesque 4th St south of Howard Univ. I would guess that most WashCycle readers are well versed at the bike route option in Google maps and these routes and more pop out very quickly there.

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