Posting a Comment

The comment system is intended to be quick and easy.  If you find it isn’t, please let me know.

  1. In support of Bicycling Monterey’s overall policies (i.e., #8 below), anonymous comments will not be posted. If you have a special need to use a pseudonym, feel free to contact me about alternatives.
  2. Bicycling Monterey values your privacy; see privacy policy
  3. It is not necessary to subscribe to this site in order to make a comment.
  4. You may offer a comment at the end of any post.
  5. Pages—unlike posts—aren’t set up for comments.  If you don’t see a place to enter a comment, chances are you’re on a page. If you have input about pages, please contact me.
  6.  If a comment does not get posted, please let me know.  Chances are it got caught in the spam filter, or my available volunteer hours are temporarily quite limited.
  7. Generally, I don’t reply to comments, unless they include a question. If you’d like a reply, please  contact me.
  8. Kindly note Bicycling Monterey’s policy about…
    I’ve got a beef about biking! *%@#^!
    • On January 27, 2012, I noted this statement by Erik Schmidt of Santa Cruz:  “The number of blogs with ‘rants’ in the title is a testament to the fact that on the Internet, rants are not only accepted, but encouraged. Where else but on the Internet is it a weird badge of honor to be someone who rants?” 
    • Erik’s statement reflects the values of the Bicycling Monterey website. If your comment addresses a challenge, keeping the tone positive is requested.  
    Bicycling Monterey is a place to share the joys of biking, along with related ideas for boosting healthier communities and a more sustainable planet. Please help keep the focus here on solutions to challenges.
Thank you.