Show Us How You Wiggle!

We all create favored paths to repeat destinations, which become so routine to us we don’t think twice as we go along.  These routes often help us avoid scary intersections, high-traffic streets, or killer hills in favor of something more pleasant and user-friendly.  The idea of the “Wiggle” began in San Francisco where cyclists share a famous winding route for getting through the hilly divide.  While Austin doesn’t face the same magnitude of “hills,” we thought we’d tap into the local scene for some trip-tips from Austin cyclers to share with our readers.

Michael shares his Wiggle:

My wiggle is cycling through the capitol grounds.  It’s no secret or anything, but it’s a great stretch of motorist-free roadway I ride each day.  The roadway between the capitol and UT campus is low trafficked (although heavily policed, so one must stop at each of the 3 stop signs).  Once you hit UT, you are largely motorist free for another 6 blocks or more.  Pleasant commute!

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