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  1. hahaha, um not exactly, but I did go out of my...

    hahaha, um not exactly, but I did go out of my way to find stuff I could (usefully) haul! seeing what will fit on has become something of a hobby...

    welcome to the fray, you won't look back...
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    thanks guys I'll check those out too. I found...

    thanks guys I'll check those out too.

    I found something vaguely related myself:

    rumble strip, by woodrow phoenix...
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    thanks guys, really helpful!

    thanks guys, really helpful!
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    thanks for the tips, I'll have a look at those,...

    thanks for the tips, I'll have a look at those, velovision has a website so that'll be something for my students to check out for free
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    books about (utility) cycling

    Hi all,

    I'm writing a university discussion textbook, one of the units is about cycling (utility cycling that is - bicycles as an alternative to cars) , I want to add some "further reading"...
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    nice, go japan! Feel like I'm flying the bicycle...

    nice, go japan! Feel like I'm flying the bicycle flag on my own down here in okinawa.....
  7. Sticky: nice v3 mundo! mine's v2, there's always a newer...

    nice v3 mundo! mine's v2, there's always a newer model eh? I'm pretty happy with mine nonetheless. I also love those gogetter bags, simple, practical, and huge. I gotta ask - that the bike on the...
  8. Sticky: what's in the box?

    What's in the box? A second hand 7ft xmas tree (cheap in january!), the lady didnt believe it would go on my bicycle, but it did! (the box came free with the tree, bargain!)

    However, this is not...
  9. Sticky: hey all, ages since I posted here, pretty much...

    hey all, ages since I posted here, pretty much riding my mundo about town for all errands and work - recently I've been taking the dog to work, in a basket on the back, she loves it (I work in a...
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    I've been riding my mundo as my daily ride since...

    I've been riding my mundo as my daily ride since august, I do about 100km a week running around and across town to go to work, run errands, trips to the beach at the weekend. Sometimes I have very...
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    are the yuba wheels any use? 14mm rear axle and...

    are the yuba wheels any use? 14mm rear axle and 48 spokes

    www.yubaride.com
  12. for what its' worth, i love my mundo, slightly...

    for what its' worth, i love my mundo, slightly cheaper too (i think)
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    thanks for the good points dogbit, i never did...

    thanks for the good points dogbit, i never did buy that light, I have doubts about the quality and the light output, recently i've concluded i need more light, currently mulling options at the low...
  14. thanks for the tips guys, I've left it open for...

    thanks for the tips guys, I've left it open for days now so it should have dried out, no joy tho. there isnt any moisture on the inside of the light lens (the red part) so theoretically its all dry...
  15. ok, no one can help, may have to buy a new light,...

    ok, no one can help, may have to buy a new light, snif
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    I'm thinking there's probably a distinction to be...

    I'm thinking there's probably a distinction to be made:

    utility biking - for getting around and carrying a bit of stuff in some way
    cargo biking - BD's and mundos and the others, for carrying...
  17. cateye stopped working after getting wet (while switched off)

    Hi,

    I'm new to this section, but can be found regularly in the utility section.

    My cateye rear light was working fine, then got wet in a rainstorm (while it was switched off - the bike was...
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    looking forward to hearing about it. Building...

    looking forward to hearing about it. Building yourself, got some other plans in mind other than the standard setup? not going IGH are you? Thinking that way myself for the long term, interested in...
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    typical, I buy a v2 and within a couple of months...

    typical, I buy a v2 and within a couple of months they bring out a v3......

    oh well, shouldnt really complain, i've been hauling stuff and i love it, 35km round trip to work yesterday, the load...
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    Sticky: i've wrapped rubber strip round the sideloaders...

    i've wrapped rubber strip round the sideloaders of my yuba, works great to protect the paint, i'm more worried about rust than appearances, tho it makes it look like a bike that gets put to work....
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    stephenH - interesting thought, tho here in japan...

    stephenH - interesting thought, tho here in japan stuff is pretty safe, I mainly want to deter random opportunists. tourists are targeted a bit in okinawa. But serious forced break-ins (even to...
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    yeah, i emailed workcycles and henry replied...

    yeah, i emailed workcycles and henry replied saying the mundo would need to lose the shifter cable stops on the downtube (and i'd need to add new ones elsewhere) and the v-brakes for hub or roller...
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    if i may paraphrase naked gun: "wow, great...

    if i may paraphrase naked ***: "wow, great looking rack"
    ("thanks, i just had it mounted...":lol:)

    it attaches to the downtube? the downtube on my yuba is pretty wide (like an aluminium frame,...
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    thanks guys, that zarges site looks like the...

    thanks guys,

    that zarges site looks like the ticket, I knew i'd seen that on the workcycles site, thanks for finding it for me (fr8 page, duh). bewildering choice tho, and i couldnt see prices...
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    lockable box on the front

    hi pedallers,

    I'm thinking a front basket would be a convenient add-on to my mundo, for convenience of 'just throw it in and go'. I want the kind that DOESNT attach to the handlebars, so it doesnt...
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