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or is it worthwhile studying if I want to get into data engineering? Would software engineering be the more respected choice?
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2021.12.01 09:01 perochan SEVENTEEN - GOING SEVENTEEN Episode 33 : SVT's Kitchen for Two #1 (211201) [ENG SUB]
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2021.12.01 09:01 apaqtime4 “I’m a shadow, that no light will shine on. As long as you follow me, you will never see the day.”
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2021.12.01 09:01 HankusWankus Coworker offering ride
Today at work when some of us were off the clock getting ready to go home a female coworker asked if I needed a ride home and after I explained I lived really close (1.5mi) and was going to ride my bike she again asked saying I could put my bike in her car. And looked a little disappointed after I politely declined. Btw I’m a minor and a guy. Is this normal?
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2021.12.01 09:00 travel_ali My experience and tips for riding in Switzerland.
--- Basics ---
--- Swiss Mobility ---
- Biking year round is standard all over Switzerland for daily tasks and recreation be it city/road/mountain. It is not on a level like in The Netherlands or Copenhagen, but go to a town and you will see bikes everywhere (parents often transport their kids via ebikes with a trailer).
- Legally it is very relaxed, I have never seen or heard of anyone getting into trouble. A helmet is recommended but optional. Technically lights are required after dark, but many people seem to not bother (I have lost count of how many fast moving black shadows I have only just avoided hitting). E-bikes are a little bit more complex and worth reading up on if you plan to use them, especially the fast (25-45kmph) E-bikes.
- There is plenty of support (bike paths and suggested routes are common in and between towns and cities), but not often what you would call proper infrastructure. More often than not a bike lane is just the side of the road with some yellow paint around it, or it pushes you to the backstreets. Better than some places, not as good as the Netherlands.
- Security is generally as good as it is going to be. A weak combi lock is fine for city bikes (I have outright forgotten to lock mine a number of times). I still take care with my nicer bikes, but compared to bike security in my native UK this is a different world.
- Proper bike storage in hotels isn’t common. Typically bike storage can be arranged but usually means putting your bike in the garage next to their car.
- One of the best things about Switzerland is how open it is. Generally speaking unless there is a very clear “private - no entry” sign blocking a path, then you can use it. Even if you just explore a small area you will have seemingly endless forest and field paths which you can use .
- Respect for cyclists is very generally high. I have never had a problem with traffic (but this might not be the case in bigger city centres during rush hour), it isn’t uncommon for a driver to yield to me even when they have right-of-way. It is even the custom that if someone is walking their dog that they will hold it still until you are past them. The respect of course goes both ways: don’t tear through a crowded town centre or other such stupid things.
- E-bikes are very popular, and only becoming more popular. This can really catch you out if you are not used to it. Be aware that the little old lady in the distance who you saw out of the corner of your eye a few seconds ago might suddenly shoot past you at 45kmph.
One of the main resources is the Swiss Mobility. This is the system that you will see the red bicycle and mountain bike signs for around the country.
It is well worth getting their App which is very useful when combined with GPS, or the Swisstopo app which can show the cycling and MTB routes and lets you download as much of the map as you want for offline use.
--- Mountain biking: ---
- It has dedicated sections for bikes (veloland) and mountain bikes.
- With routes criss-crossing the country that are easy to jump on and off as you like. These routes do a good job of keeping you away from busy roads, they are generally well signed which makes it very easy to get around. They are however usually more focused on scenic/safe touring than efficiency.
- The routes shown on Swiss Mobility are not the full extent of the signed cycling network. The Swiss Mobility tends to be longer range touring, whilst many short distance local connections are not mapped anywhere to my knowledge (despite also being signed using the red signposts). This is obviously a big frustrating if the only way to know if there is a nice signed and seperated bike lane is to know the area or deep trawl on google streetview.
- The map shows the road surface of suggested routes: paved (solid line), gravel (dashed), single trail (dots). It is worth reading the description for each segment and checking through the map, as some of these contain some surprisingly rough sections. Also just because the surface is paved does not mean it will be smooth – many paved sections are pothole filled farm roads that are a few years overdue for a resurface.
- Sometimes they feel like a work of genius taking you along scenic and well thought out routes you would never have found otherwise, other times they take you on a disorientating labyrinth through suburbs and industrial areas in what seems to be an obsession with avoiding any road that might have a car on it.
- Signage is generally good. Though I tend to use a GPS still to be aware of what is coming up - sometimes you get very little warning of sudden turning and it is much better to admire the scenery than constantly be watching for signs. It is also not unknown for signs to be swallowed by bushes or hidden behind a tractor.
- I tend to use the Swiss Mobility routes as a basis in areas I don’t know, and either mix them up with diversions I learn from experience or sometimes study the route and plan some diversions based on what seems reasonable.
- Serious road cyclists will not want to use these routes because of the variable surface material and very roundabout routing.
- You can buy maps “Velokarte” from Hallwag Kümmerly & Frey that have the major cycling and mountain bike routes from Swiss Mobility highlighted (for example. These also have useful information like gradients and how suitable roads are. They also include red/green dots to warn you of “dangerous” spots, which mostly seems to be anytime the route grudgingly decides that you have to cross a road which might actually have a few cars on it. The quality and scale is good and I have a few of these covering areas I spent lots of time in.
- Mountain biking is not as developed as you might expect in most of Switzerland given the obvious endowment of mountains and established tourism. Maybe the success of the latter with other activities has reduced the need to focus on mountain biking. However, it has been increasing in popularity, and with reduced snow in recent years it is very likely that more and more ski resorts will look to MTB tourism in the summer.
- The laws about where exactly you can ride (especially regarding single trails) is a little confusing and region dependent (like all things in Switzerland). Sometimes there is a sign up making it very clear that bikes are not allowed on a certain path. Appenzell Innerhoden banned mountain biking on footpaths unless they are clearly marked as bike routes, Graubünden on the other hand is working hard on MTB tourism and so is very bike friendly and you can ride on any path there. Most of the country is somewhere in between. If you interpret the law (which is from 1958) to a very extreme degree then you can barely go anywhere, but in practice this is never applied and you will see people riding everywhere. You should be ok going wherever you like, so long as you respect other people who are on the paths. This and this might help with some more information. The country is still working out what to do with the massive rise in popularity of MTB in recent years (especially with Ebikes increasing where people can get to) so the situation might well change.
- Local tourist boards will advertise routes, and Ski resorts especially will promote them. Though this varies by place, some spots like Lenzerheide, Verbier and Zermatt go hard on promoting MTB and have dedicated separate routes for hikers and bikers, others like the popular Jungfrau region have very little for mountain bikers beyond gravel roads.
- MTB-only trails do exist, but are very limited in number and mostly just around pro-MTB ski resorts during the summer. So most mountain biking is done on standard footpaths. Even in quiet places, always be prepared to brake to avoid slamming into a group of pensioners or a family walking their dog. If you try and do a very popular route (eg: along the Aletsch glacier or over Napf) you might find you are spending most of the time trying to avoid hikers rather than anything enjoyable. Riding with respect and care is the most important thing.
- Outside of ski resorts you will find very little in the way of proper prepared bike park type groomed trails. Mostly it will be whatever the footpath is, which could be flowy or could be a steep and loose rocky nightmare.
- Ski resorts (or anywhere with a cable car) will often offer a day-pass for bikes.
--- Taking a bike on public transport ---
- The SchweizMobil mountain bike section is quite varied in quality and style. Initially it seemed to just be fairly tame gravel and asphalt tours, but the number of routes is constantly increasing. In Graubünden and Valais especially there are quite a number of serious looking technical trails being listed.
- It is worth checking out the trail maps you can get from ride.ch, these come with suggested tours too. The online map (part of the 65 CHF per year subscription which includes more suggested routes and being sent their magazine) gives you access to the whole country and is much easier to figure out where the trails are than the printed maps. The consistency in the difficulty can vary somewhat: I have seen red ‘challenging’ single trails that are flat but with a few slight bumps, and others that are narrow and steep rocky paths of death.
- User generated trails can be found on various websites like Trailforks, Kamoot, Strava heatmaps, MTB project, outdoor active, mapmyride etc: . Coverage and quality is going to be rather hit and miss.
- Or if you google the place and MTB you might get lucky and find someone who has made a dedicated blog for the area in question (like Spoony or Phil around Solothurn).
- Open maps like Maps.me and openstreetmap.ch can be very useful for finding little trails for mountain biking that don’t appear on the official maps. However, it can be hard to know what is doable: a trail might be perfect single trail or an overgrown forest road that hasn’t been used in years.
- To really get to know the trails in an area then you will need to explore yourself. There are lots of DIY routes carved out by locals in the forests – but quite how legal these are varies by area, and ethically you might want to think about what they do to nature.
The SBB has guidelines on how to take bikes on trains and there are also maps showing which lines you can take bikes on and where you can rent bikes PDF warning.
This was already popular pre-Covid, but since the Covid bike boom it has been highly in demand and is often far beyond what is a fairly limited capacity on most trains/buses. I highly recommend travelling with a bike on trains at quieter times or using the SBB’s bike shipping service. Hopefully this will be improved in the future. Some of it I can imagine will be easier such as dedicated bike buses around resorts, but the intercity trains are going to be a problem until the stock is eventually replaced.
- If you have time to plan then you can use the SBB’s bike shipping service to have your bike sent ahead to collect 2 days later at another station for 20 CHF (30 CHF for ebikes). I have done this a few times and not had any problems.
- For a short hop you can buy a half-price ticket to cover the bike, for longer trips there is the option for a special bike day ticket (14CHF). Both can be bought quickly through the ticket machines or on your phone with the SBB app. I have an extra ‘bike’ profile in my SBB app so I can quickly buy myself and my bike a ticket for short hops.
- Some routes also require a bike reservation (2CHF), check the terms of any train you catch (look for a symbol showing a bike inside a box in the train information). This is especially the case for inter-city trains from March-October.
- You can avoid paying at all if you take the front wheel off of your bike and put it all in a bike-bag. At this point the bike counts as luggage.
- The bike storage section varies by train type. There will be a bike symbol on the relevant door (though in more open regional trains you can squeeze on in other sections). On the crampt inter-city trains the bike section often gets abused as a general dumping space for prams or luggage (in fairness there isn’t really anywhere else to put them). To my knowledge only the Rhaetian Railway in Graubünden has whole cars dedicated to bikes.
- This can be quite a frustrating experience and sometimes feel like a game of chance. Among other problems I have encountered are: luggage piled up in the bike area, bikes stored in an IC train without reservation when one is required, the door of the wagon with my reserved spot being broken (thankfully it was early in the day and the other end of the train had space when I dashed down there). Even if it does all work, the hooks in the tight Intercity trains are not suitable for MTB tires.
- Buses going up to mountain passes or villages often have a bike rack on the back or might be able to put bikes in the luggage storage area under the bus. Again spots are very limited and reservation is often mandatory from May-October. Typically buses require that you make a bike reservation by 4pm on the previous day.
- In a pinch you can use a city bus if it isn’t busy. This has saved me a 10km walk a few times when I got a flat without a spare.
---Getting a bike---
- Slow Up. A series of events around the country where a section of road is closed to traffic for the day and cyclists are free to go around at their own speed. Usually a very festive atmosphere with lots of food/drink stands. Free, simply turn up.
- Ride the Alps. A series of events where an Alpine pass road is blocked to traffic and cyclists can enjoy it in peace for a few hours. Registration and a small fee (20CHF) are required.
- Solothurn bike days. A national bike event taking place in early/mid May. Exhibitions, bike testing competitions with racing/jumping tricks/BMX. Entry is free to 20CHF depending on when and what you want.
- Schweiz Rollt offers free rental in certain cities/areas (Geneva, Valais, Zürich, La-Chaux-de-Fonds, Le Locle, and Neuchâtel) from May to October for a limited time period (and then often very cheap afterwards). ID required.
- You can rent bikes at train stations via the SBB. The advantage being that you can return it to another station for a 10CHF charge.
- Otherwise rental will often be offered by other stores, especially in tourist areas. If you are staying in a tourist area/resort you might get a discount on local bike rental with your visitor card.
- A number of stations have a bike service station that provides cheap bike repairs and often sell cheap second hand bikes.
- For 2nd hand bikes you can keep an eye out for bike markets, or possibly more useful are the online market places Ricardo.ch and Velomarkt.ch.
--- Some of my Favourite routes: ---
I will aim to update this over time, but these will do for a start.
- Possibly my favourite region is the Emmental/Entlebuch. Endless quiet roads in lonely valleys filled with giant farmhouses and alpine views. The trick is planning a route which sticks on the ridges to avoid horrific amounts of climbing.
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2021.12.01 09:00 BruhIScrewed-Up I'm super far behind in one of my classes, looking for advice
I'm a freshman struggling pretty hard right now, which I'll admit is completely my fault. I've always had problems falling asleep, but my sleep schedule got so bad and I haven't been able to wake up for this class in 2 months. I can't fall asleep before 6 am, so I'm never able to wake up in time for my 11 AM class. I was able to make up the quizzes that I missed, but I procrastinated everything else.
Now I have to submit a condensed rough draft for the final paper (just realized that was due Sunday), submit a bunch of questions about readings, and somehow give 2 presentations even though all of the presentation slots left are taken. For the paper, I don't know if there is a prompt or if we can write about anything. The only information I can find about it on the canvas page just says to include what you will write about in your paper. If it is open-ended, I have absolutely no idea what to write about.
All of this has me feeling pretty overwhelmed and stressed and I don't know where to even start making up all of this work. I don't know if I should meet with my professor and ask for clarification on the prompt and what to do since there are no presentation slots left, but I will feel uncomfortable asking for help when I haven't been to class in months and asking about the prompt or how to start something due 3 days ago.
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