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I live in central WA state and have ridden at least hundreds, perhaps thousands of miles on I-90 near my home.
But the I-90 bridge over the Columbia at Vantage is an example of what many people are talking about - a death trap. No shoulders, heavy traffic, high speeds and high winds at times.
My algorithm is pretty dirt simple. When a tire is worn out, I replace it. I try not to overthink this.
Cool. I got that, I guess I just want some reassurance that if I show up the likeliness of being left standing there looking stupid is minimal. I've never stepped foot on a train, let alone with a tandem bike in tow.
Bike riding is still fun and safe dedpite the lack of government assistance.The safe part is relative, depending on where you are and what your skill level, experience level and tolerance levels are. I ride in a lot of different environments from busy urban to single lane mountain roads with no traffic, and I have to adjust, of course, depending. My mirror allows me to feel much safer in the traffic areas.