Re: [X-Spam]Re: [rootsradicals] Re: $107 to fill up a tank! Or how we can eat less and move more ...
- 1) No, my xtracycle has to stay outside. I cannot even get it through
my door. Once inside, there is absolutely no room. I worry less about
parking it outside at home than I do about parking it outside some big
box store (I like to use stores small enough that I can see my bike from
inside the store).
2) Taichung buses do not have bike racks. The country is doing a
booming business in folding bikes, though.
> 1) Do others here park their Xtra or BDummy inside there apartment?
> 2) Can XtraCycle's ride the bus racks if the tire sidewall ripes?
I am no fool. I let the Xtracycle do the lugging of my messenger bag, while I was a messenger and to this day when I am not. J
I usually kept my messenger bag in two doubled-up contractor-grade black garbage bags. This way if I just had a small package I could slip into a building and leave the baggage behind. A person does not get harassed by security as much if they do not look like a courier. The garbage bags served two purposes. They disguised the messenger-bag contents as possibly looking like trash, and they kept my messenger bag completely dry. Of course my messenger bag is designed and produced to be inherently waterproof, but when I did have to go into a client’s office during a rain storm, my bag and the customer’s packages would appear and actually be completely dry. Some clients get uneasy about handing over their precious packages to a messenger, who’s messenger bag is leaving a puddle of dirty water on their nice dry clean office floor. That never happened with me. J