Today is World Bicycle Day ! #June3WorldBicycleDay
Beautiful Vimeo-video !
Usually I use the open “bak” (container) …. But when I visit the busy city center, I use the aluminum box.
Why do I often forget to make photos of my velomobile? Is it because I’m always in my velomobile when I make photos of a beautiful coloured sky or cloud formation? Anyway; this is where I park my velomobile at work …. Our dog is almost 8 months old now and becoming a heavy-weightContinue reading “photos”
… to the citycenter. Hitch is 13 weeks old, so it’s time to socialize in the city. Unfortunately there were only a few tourists (financial crisis, cold weather ?). It seems that Hitch is getting used to a ride with the Bullitt 😉
http://www.abendblatt.de/hamburg/eimsbuettel/article115969187/Akku-explodiert-Elektrofahrrad-geht-in-Flammen-auf.html A warning is useless if there’s no solution. I can just hope there will soon be an idea to prevent this danger. There is a battery in my velomobile too !
I think this red couple is the best for everyday use and all purposes.
… for keeping stuff organized. All about my cycling will be mentioned at wimharwigcycling . So if you’re only interested in cycling stuff …. change you’re settings 😉
Rob had the same experience as I had with the jacket of my bicycle chain lock. But I put a quote of Rob in practice : never travel without Duct tape ! So now the paint on my Bullitt is protected by the Duct tape around the padlock and chain.
… and unfortunately the cables of brakes and hubgear on my Bullitt were frozen. So I decided to defrost them inside our livingroom. Luckily my wife didn’t protest 😉 Tomorrow I’ll try to spray some thin oil inside the cables to get it damp-resistant.
Danish Cargo Bike Championships 2011/ Svajerløbet 2011
OpenBikeWorks is developing a nice cargo-bike. It got my attention, because their aim is to build the bike without any welding needed ! Every average sucker (as I am) can drill holes and play with bolts and nuts, just no welding please because that requires craftsmanship gained in many years. I expect that “Do-It-Yourself” willContinue reading “interesting … DIY-cargo bike”
In my situation, it’s more complex … from http://www.bicycleinnovationlab.dk/
He must have a lot of muscle-power in his arms, to lift up the front wheel … thanks for the link Rob.