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Archive for March, 2006

Fer yer Viewing Pleasure…

I decided to try my hand at making a litle music video. Most of the products you see on the clip are things that we’ve reviewed. Be gentle with the comments, this was my 3rd video ever. So needless to say, I’m still learnin’

Hoss Ponderosa Shorts Review

Disclaimer: As a product reviewer for Commute By Bike, I am providing my unbiased opinion of any products provided to us by any company. I do not posses any type of relationship with the product’s company or parent companies. Companies that send in their goods to be reviewed do not compensate me in any way. […]

Bike Rental Idea

Having recently gone to the Netherlands and been awed by the current state of excellence in their cycling infrastructure, I’ve been thinking of ideas for improving cycling infrastructures in the US. An idea for a bike rental system popped into my head. The idea would be to have rental bikes with credit card machines attached […]

Bailey Works Messenger Bag

You’ve probably seen RL carrying his kids on this messenger bag, but how did it do on my commute to work? Here’s my first impression of the Bailey Works Messenger Bag: When RL showed me the bag, I noticed the high quality of materials used right away. The bag looked like it can take some […]

A $200 Hummer?

This is the perfect SUV. Our SUV is healthy, friendly, non-polluting, simple, inexpensive, fun, and socially responsible. There are no black tinted windows to hide us from view. No air conditioning to further isolate us from the outside. No gas tank to fill and fill and fill. No greenhouse gasses pouring from the exhaust pipe. […]

Cycling is more than transportation, its transformation.

I love it. I should be CBB’s slogan.