'I'd settle for just changing the kid.' (Friday Roundup)

The Friday roundup. For awhile, I tried to do them. It seemed like it would be easy, but it was actually as much work as writing an original post. It’s Friday, damn it. I don’t want to work hard.

But I’m going to try something new, and maybe it’ll turn into a regular thing here. If you follow us on Twitter, or like us on Facebook, Google Plus, etc., you already know that throughout the week we post lots of stuff that doesn’t appear here on the blog. So I’m going to lazily raid what I’ve posted and tweeted all week, and link to it from here.

For starters…

The Wandertec Tuba Bike Trailer

Yeah. Maybe you’re getting tired of this. Our Kickstarter project ends tomorrow, and it’s not looking too optimistic that we’ll be fully funded. But we did get some good write-ups, and we posted and tweeted the hell out of them. Keep hope alive!

Roundup of Wandertec Tuba Bike Trailer Web Articles
Damn! Why didn’t we ask The Huffington Post? Oh. We did.

If that doesn’t motivate you to get over there and pledge to the project right now, well you can just… continue reading.

What Else?

I seek a vehicle that is slow, narrow, and lightweight.

I'd settle for just changing the kid. -Ted

Cycling teachers share tips on commuting.

GPS-enabled mobile biking directions and navigation for headphones connected to smartphones

Community spaces and car-free places. What's not to love?

Bike Theft Deterrent - Number 8 - BikeHacks

Tweaking the disincentives.

Introducing "Bicycle Friendly Street" (BFS) name signs - pictures from 9 different cities

Propose anti-cycling legislation. Disguise it as pro-cycling. Get pushback from cyclists. Cave.

Someone, a genius I believe, once said, "It's a bike, not a party trick." -Ted

That wasn’t so hard to do. I think I can do that once a week. Does it work for you?

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