Re: Goggles et al.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Kwikfile" <kwikfile@...> wrote:
>thanks for the tip about running the loop of the net through the buckle, works great and I makes me feel more secure about what I am putting in the bags.
> Wow - 15 hour days and 6 jobs!!! It's a wonder your sanity isn't lost! I say this in a very respectful way, your out there getting it done and using a bike for transportation ! I respect that.
> Yeah I lost stuff in the netting also, and I have heard others doing so too. I take the main bad strap thru the cinch cord to raise it a bit, kinda cheesy, but provides a small amount of security. I also use a see thru netted bag with a clip the I attach. I can see my junk in their and be assured it isn't going to fall off either.
> God Bless you,
> --- In email@example.com, "coach4many" <coach4many@> wrote:
> > Thanks everyone for the sugestions about where to find goggles, I have an idea now and will probably get some this weekend. Now for a note from and not so novice bike commuter. I am a routine fanatic. I have to be with 15 hour days and 6 jobs. Its the only way to stay sane. Well yesterday I broke my routine...I have a terrrible head cold and was just not thinking clearly and well I was a little late. So instead of attaching my Starbucks coffee cup to my Free loader straps and covering with my back pack covers like I usually do I just stuck it in thinking with the cover it would be ok. Well, I lost it somewhere and am heartbroken. My husband made over a dozen calls and a trip half way around the lake to get it for my for mothers day two years ago and now it is gone. The lesson to be learned from this. Those little nets on the side of the freeloader will let things escape if your not careful.
> > Have a happy holiday, ride, ride, ride.
> > Beth