The men were certainly out while I was visiting. Getting themselves around town on their own power, they didn't need any stimulus. One thing we noticed was that there were fewer people wearing helmets in Washington. After being x-rayed for the upteenth time I decided that, in a culture of living so safely, they were ready to live a little dangerously. I am sure I'm wrong, I just know that I was ready for risky behavior.
This guy was cool on his cruiser heading down the Mall:
I saw this guy several times all over town. This image was captured just across the street from the White House:
This man is my idea of a Washington man - khakis and a navy blue blazer as he whizzed through Georgetown:
This guy with his shark messenger bag gave me a smile, he was in among the Embassies:
I saw this guy ride by but was too slow to shoot his image. I then got to see him with his buddy enjoying the wonderful February weather, they'd both ridden their bikes to meet in Georgetown:
He's an office worker with his badge on his waistband as he rode along the Mall. I think that makes the plastic giraffe bell all the more charming!
They were out for a stroll down the Mall on the most lovely afternoon imaginable:
Vintage 10-speeds were a popular choice for all the right reasons, this guy was rolling down Pennsylvania Avenue:
This guy was leaving the White House area at 5:30 PM. I wonder what he's bringing home?