Fill with holiday cheer, here's a Christmas tree, the by made recycled bikes in the Dutch city of Groningen.
The best thing about this is that it takes my mind from Other Dutch Christmas tradition, which makes me so very inconvenient.
But let us many good ideas back to the associated with the Dutch word.
Fritz rice from the Dutch bike he believes co. in Seattle has found an inexpensive alternative to buying studded tires: zip ties.
It's fast, it's cheap, and Yes, it looks completely ridiculous.
BUT. It works. It works beautifully.
I can accelerate brakes and corner with ease, even on the vile snow cover/sheet ice mix ploughs leave in the bike lanes. The cable ties ditch beautiful to the most packed surfaces but you are thin enough to the bike to bounce at low speed or short sidewalk sections.
Es has was no Lack of of Article about winter commute. But what we did not have an infographic is. Until now, thanks to the Toronto Star. If hesitantly out there don't get this winter cyclists on the road, nothing will.
You can look a bit funny. Call your friends and colleagues, crazy. But it is warmer than on foot, and best feel not guilty everything you are when you reach dessert tray for seconds from vacation.