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Hack your (bike) ride

Join Transportation Techies for Bike Hack Night IV on Dec. 16.

Show off your ride. (Photo by Flickr user Pål-Kristian Hamre, used under a Creative Commons license)

We already know that you D.C. cyclists are super on-trend. But some have found a way to make their preferred mode of transit even cooler — by hacking their ride.
Are you this kind of innovative bicycle enthusiast? Or just want to hear from those who are? Join Transportation Techies on Dec. 16 for Bike Hack Night IV — a show-and-tell of cool bike hacks. So far the lineup boasts maps and data and sound systems and other undisclosed “awesome.”
There’s still time to sign up to present if you’re interested. The evening event will be held at the 1776 in Crystal City, so it can double as a chance to check out the new digs if you haven’t biked across the river yet.
http://www.meetup.com/Transportation-Techies/events/226911922/?a=ea1_grp&rv=ea1&_af=event&_af_eid=226911922&https=off

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