Biking. Biking miles across the city. Biking around the square. Biking along and through the Mall. Along diagonal streets punctuated by squares, rectangles and circles. Through parks that feel more like wilderness. Along walls that screen expensive backyards. Through neighborhoods cleared of their historic fabric and replaced by fat ugly block-scaled masses. Through neighborhoods not only retaining but revitalizing historic fabric. Along riverfronts and around arenas. Through alleys and across bridges. A city owned in part by all Americans and inhabited by a population without Congressional representation.