Bike Commute Diaries: Moving On Up

22 May

Dirty Little Secret #3: I’m a rule breaker. When I asked whether I could park my bike in my office, the facilities guy said, “Yes, but use the freight elevator.” I took it for about a week. But after having to struggle to hold open two extra sets of doors and fumble for my cardkey, I switched to the lobby elevator, a classier way to ride.

About the Bike Commute Diaries: In honor of National Bike Month, I’m sharing 31 short, sweet and surprising things I’ve discovered about bike commuting one for each day in May. Happy National Bike Month!


Posted by on May 22, 2012 in Commute Diaries


2 responses to “Bike Commute Diaries: Moving On Up

  1. Hans

    May 23, 2012 at 8:30 am

    you asked? :)

    • ladyfleur

      May 23, 2012 at 9:13 am

      C’mon, Hans. You know me well enough to know I’m far more of a goody two shoes than a rule breaker. Of course I asked and of course I’m always on the lookout for the facilities guy when I sneak into the lobby elevator.


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