Wednesday, February 17, 2010

No Garage

So this is what our bakfiets looks like on snowy days like yesterday...


Jennifer said...

I saw one guy repairing his bike wheel during our blizzard week in DC and there were a lot of runners out there but my bike is also immobilized. It's a bummer.

MamaVee said...

yeah- this puts a end to my madsen plans as I think I should wait for clear sidewalks before trying something new. pooh pooh on that winter.

Matt in Tacoma said...


Andrea said...

Oh poor little looks so cold!

Dottie said...

Aw, poor guy. At least he has a nice cover :)

Angie said...

I know I shouldn't be, but I'm so jealous of the snow!!

Media.assistant said...


Just wanted to give you a heads-up on an exciting new biking article in Sierra Magazine.

Although mostly known as a hiking club, we are also tackling some of the most important environmental issues we face – including cleaning up transportation, one of the main sources of climate change pollution.

In our current issue (March/April) of our Magazine, we feature a compelling story about innovative cycling infrastructure. This story is a must-read for committed bikers looking for ways to make their communities more livable and sustainable. And it will be read by hundred of thousands of non-cyclists who will learn just how important cycling is in the battle against climate change.

Here's a link to the article:

Would you be interested in writing about this story?


Sierra Club Media Assistant
85 Second Street, Second Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105

Yvonne said...

Hi from the Netherlands, homecountry of bakfiets and lots of other kinds of bicicles :) I stumbled on your blog & love your biking adventures!
I wanted to ask your permission to link to your 'Wanting all sorts of things to happen to them'-post. Please let me know if that's okay!