Bicycling in and around Atlanta.

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Groceries

Carrying groceries on a bike can be a pain but it doesn’t have to be.  As with almost all other loads a bike rack is a big help.  Some people like baskets others prefer panniers.  If you don’t have a rack you can always use a trailer.  And if you don’t have a rack and don’t have a trailer, there’s always the backpack or messenger bag.  No matter how you transport your food the most important thing is to plan ahead.  There’s nothing worse than buying more than you can carry and having to bicycle home with a frozen chicken dangling from a plastic bag hooked around your handlebars.

3 comments:

kkdown said...

Hi, As part of some work I'm doing for a client, I need to talk to people who are interested in Cycling and who often search the web for related information. The research is mostly based around keyword ('bike' for example) selection. I've contacted people using bike but I need to contact more. Can you suggest where else to look?
TIA

kkdown said...

Hi, As part of some work I'm doing for a client, I need to talk to people who are interested in Cycling and who often search the web for related information. The research is mostly based around keyword ('bike' for example) selection. I've contacted people using bike but I need to contact more. Can you suggest where else to look?
TIA

kkdown said...

Hi, As part of some work I'm doing for a client, I need to talk to people who are interested in Cycling and who often search the web for related information. The research is mostly based around keyword ('bike' for example) selection. I've contacted people using bike but I need to contact more. Can you suggest where else to look?
TIA