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Old 02-17-2009, 01:13 PM   #31
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[quote=Sonne;792523]For two years I was carless and had to work a full time job and went to school part time. The whole time I was bicycling except the morning commuter bus ride because I got off work late. It was not fun biking late at night with a 20 lb+ backpack (had to carry a laptop for school).

When I used to bike for groceries I would hang the bags off of
the handlebars- (mountain bike with straight handebars) I would balance the weight as equally as possible and managed quite well - had to be careful when making sharp turns
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Old 06-26-2009, 10:26 PM   #32
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for about a year, i used a cart. it was ok but really limited what i could buy. now the grocery store delivers to my door. i shop on line for a month and they bring it to me. it sure takes the hassle out for me. takes a bit of time to do the order but i like that part also. check it out
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