974Re: [rootsradicals] Re: greatgreengadgets.com ï¿½ Blog Archive ï¿½ Sport Utility Bicycle (S.U.B.)
- Apr 2, 2007
Re: [rootsradicals] Re: greatgreengadgets.com ï¿½ Blog Archive ï¿½ Sport Utility Bicycle (S.U.B.)Uuumm! Key Lime pie... My favorite!
Ok, to get it to where you need to go, first get one of those Tupperware cake containers. Run a kitchen towel around the bottom of your pie plate to act as a “bumper”. Put the lid on and attach to your rack via bungee cords, making sure to use more than you need so that sucker doesn’t slide around. Trust me, this can be done and your pie will arrive intact.
On 4/2/07 3:24 PM, "Susan" <maps@...> wrote:
Darned cool! I posted a reply to add to the effect. (Not only is it
out there, but people notice maybe?)
So. Here's my problem. I made a key lime pie with a lovely meringue.
How can I carry *that* on my bicycle?
--- In email@example.com <mailto:rootsradicals%40yahoogroups.com> , "Pete B" <nackterman@...> wrote:
> The message is getting out there in blog-land.
> Sport Utility Bicycle (S.U.B.) from xtracycle.com 6 new S.U.B. models
> starting at $599.00
> Much of urban driving is just running errands to various stores to
get a few
> items. Why use a truck disguised as a car to carry a few groceries? More
> people are dumping the gas guzzling SUV's for the clean and green
> These bikes are built not only lightweight, compact and strong but can
> easily carry your groceries, supplies, even another passenger.
> a photo gallery that shows images and videos of creative uses of the
> to carry an amazing amount of stuff, one photo shows a guy with a
> table and chairs on the back. If more people used bikes to get
> only would there be less pollution, we could see a lot more people
> and having healthier lifestyles. Here is another link to their page
> bicycle lifestyle.
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