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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-16-2015, 03:30 PM Thread Starter
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How to improve your work commute in 2 easy steps

Step 1: Buy a dirt/dual sport bike
Step 2: Take the scenic route! :)

It's that easy! Guaranteed lower blood pressure than sitting in traffic on the interstate, haha

This was my actual commute home today..... it was pretty freakin' awesome, not gonna lie

Leave work..... I guess everybody got scared of the 35 degrees, I was the only bike there



Hit some back roads





Then some trails





Then make a stop for an awesome view..... sit and relax for a few mins enjoying the sunshine, the view, and the sound of nature waking up



Then a few more trails



Then a few more back roads, and we're back home by 9:30




Not too bad of a commute I'd say...... sure beats the hell out of 2.5 hours of sitting in traffic!

-Jared

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It also helps if you get off work just in time to see the sunrise. I avoid highways like the plague. Back roads are where my bike lives. Great pictures.

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