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Old 09-01-06, 10:15 AM   #1
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Hipster trailer (not really bike related)

Not really a bike related, but not 100% not bike related. It does use a bike wheel. It is human powered. I wonder if I could pull my strida around the market hooked to my belt?

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Old 09-02-06, 11:42 PM   #2
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"This personal trailer launches a new sport, “adventure walking,” and opens a world of possibilities for recreation, travel, sport, and work mobility."

Uhh, has this man never used a backpack?
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Old 09-03-06, 12:23 AM   #3
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adventure walking

AAAAHAHAHAHAHA

Dude, go walk up a mountain!
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Old 09-03-06, 01:45 AM   #4
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Give them to street people to walk through concert crowds and down busy city streets to allow others to toss their garbage in. It’ll keep the streets cleaner and give homeless people something to do, plus give the them recycling items to cash in for $$$.

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Old 09-03-06, 07:00 AM   #5
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Perhaps he should call it the Asswagon?

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Old 09-03-06, 10:14 AM   #6
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Old 09-03-06, 09:04 PM   #7
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I saw some lady and her kid unlocking some contraption from a pillar outside Staples yesterday. It very well may have been one of these but I'm not positive. My first thought when I saw her is that she was too young to be a leftover flower child, even though she looked like one.
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Maybe for someone who would like to backpack, but can't carry the weight because of back problems.
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Looks like an idea that has it's applications. +1

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"So I walked into my LBS and asked where I could stick this broken frame"

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