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Things that can be carried on a bike (#735)…

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Nine cardboard boxes of varying sizes.

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Things that can be carried on a bike (#733)…

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There is no machine known that is more efficient than a human on a bicycle. A bowl of oatmeal, 30 miles, you can’t come close to that. Put a bowl of oatmeal in your car, you’re not going anywhere, let alone 30 miles.” ~Bill Nye

On the bike…$62.00 in groceries

Things that can be carried on a bike (#731)…

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There is beauty in silence and there is silence in beauty and you can find both in a bicycle!”

― Mehmet Murat ildan


On the bike…$22 in groceries and a live tomato plant.

Things that can be carried on a bike (#730)…

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“There is no machine known that is more efficient than a human on a bicycle.  A bowl of oatmeal, 30 miles, you can’t come close to that.”
~Bill Nye

On The Bike…
A bottle of red wine and all the ingredients for whole wheat-roast vegetable pizza. Click here for recipes.

Things that can be carried on a bike (#727)…

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On the bike:

A small backpack containing wet gym clothes, about $25 in groceries and sundries, and a small Charlie Brown-Style Christmas Tree.

Things that can be carried on a bike (#724)…

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“There is no machine known that is more efficient than a human on a bicycle.”

~Bill Nye

To read Bill Nye’s short essay, Why I Bike, and from where this quote was culled, click here.

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On the bike: $47 in groceries.

Things that can be carried on a bike (#720)…

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Well, the title of this post–and likely some in the future–could be changed to, “Things that can be carried on a normal-sized bike.” (But what is normal?) This is my newish bike and so far love zipping around on it and am still making modifications, which will lily be ongoing. As one who likes to be able to carry things with him, I attached a basket to the rear rack, and purchased a wider front rack, to which I’ve temporarily attached another basket (soda crate) so I could use the bike to grocery shop.

With this said, on the bike: $67.00 in groceries.

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