Re: Re: [rootsradicals] Re: greatgreengadgets.com ï¿½ Blog Archive ï¿½ Spor t Utility Bicycle (S.U.B.)
- I've found that the SUB Cooler (we call it an Esky* here in Australia) is perfect for getting a couple of medium pizzas home while still hot.
You bungee the Esky down flat on top of the snapdeck and slide the Pizzas in sideways.
* Short for Eskimo.
---- Jeff Youngstrom <jeffy@...> wrote:
> On 4/2/07, Ellen Stoune Duralia <ellen@...> wrote:
> > 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.
> The tupperware trick sounds pretty good.
> This is one of the few problems I have with carrying stuff on my xtracycle.
> It's perfect for stuff that doesn't care how it's oriented, but if you want
> something to stay flat (usually food. Pizza anyone?) it's down to bungees on
> the snap deck.
> I've been thinking about making a removable and stowable platform that would
> securely attach to the deck for this kind of thing. Has anybody already done
> it? Share your design?
I never did think well in three dimensions... I have one. However, the
meringue is rather tall (
http://www.resourceroom.net/pcc/piefinished.jpg ) but with the right
-- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Pete.B" <nackterman@...> wrote:
>Australia) is perfect for getting a couple of medium pizzas home while
> I've found that the SUB Cooler (we call it an Esky* here in
> You bungee the Esky down flat on top of the snapdeck and slide thePizzas in sideways.
> * Short for Eskimo.