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In my opinion, every one of your posts is of high quality and great interest, and i'm sure everyone agrees. We understand you have a lot on your plate. Thanks for doing such a great job nevertheless. Happy new year!

+100 internets to you WashCycle. IMO, you do a fantastic job and are one of the most valuable resources to cycling in the area....and you do it all by yourself.

Not true, a lot of people send me links and Jim Titus writes some posts.

OK: still a good effort. Don't sell yourself short

This blog continues to be extraordinarily good -- thanks so much for this exceptional resource! Don't pressure yourself on quantity or quality; anything you do here is much appreciated, and hopefully it's still fun for you too. Happy New Year!

Though I only comment rarely, I read your posts diligently -- WashCycle is the best single place to keep up with not just news about cycling, but really the whole vibe of our DC community.

Thank you for helping to create that community, you are a key spoke in the wheel!

It appears Wiggins only gets a CBE, which is a big deal, but still lower down the pecking order than a knighthood.

I don't think this meets the qualifications for bankruptcy.
It looks more like someone trying to catch up with the terms of the contract (albeit self-imposed) before the deadline. Otherwise, his family's bikes would turn into Penny Farthings at the stroke of midnight on 12/31/12. :-)

I second all of the accolades to WashCycle above. Job well done :-)

Well, at least with a stable of P-far's, the Washcycle family would completely rock a tweed ride. Do they make P-fars with training wheels?

IMO you do a fantastic job and deserve all the accolades and then some.

Have a happy and safe new year.

I have a pile of clippings probably more than one foot high of articles relevant to blog entries I'd like to do. ... not to mention books and fulsome ideas of reviewing multiple books in "review essays" (e.g., _City Cycling_, _One Less Car_, _Pedal Power: The Quiet Rise of the Bicycle in American Public Life_, and _Heels on Wheels: A Ladie’s Guide to Owning and Riding a Bike_, + a re-mention of _Pedal Revolution_ etc.)

I also want to join the others in kudos for an excellent site (though I often disagree with the policy and politics). Stay excellent in the New Year. (and party on dude)(well, as much as twins will allow).

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