I know it may not fully “count” for the Challenge, but I rode my commuter bike today to the South Miami Metrorail station. I ordinarily ride Metrorail to work downtown daily.  Since I typically wait in a long line of cars at Red Road to cross (southbound) U.S. 1 and drop off my daughter, today’s commute was actually a little bit FASTER than driving!  The July heat, however, did a number on the freshness of my business attire.  I hadn’t ever noticed they have really good bike parking at this station - it’s under constant observation by the Wackenhut dudes.  I wouldn’t envy those of you who had to find buses out to Doral though, much less having to cross the street or walk a block in what was practically a swamp just 10 years ago.

-Robertson Adams

One Response to Transit User Profile: Robertson Adams

  1. David says:

    How can our concept of “business attire” evolve to meet the reality of our environment? There will be sweat. How do you deal with it? Guayabera? Quick-dry shirt from Jet’s Outdoor? Commuting in something cool and keeping laundered dressewear stored at the office? In all situations carrying a handkerchief is a must.


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