Tag Archive: culture

May 10

Video: Birth of an American Cargo Bike

This is a longer video than I usually post but it’s totally worth a 20 minute watch. Liz Canning, a friend of Bike4Heck did a great job on this video segment. I was not a co-producer in this project but I’m apart of the larger project she is doing that this was an excerpt from, that project …

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Mar 03

I’m Famous! (Video to Prove It!)

I got about my 10 seconds of fame here in San Antonio in this video by Liz Canning as I was leaving HEB with a load my dad shot video of my using the Go-Pro 2. I didn’t even release I made it into the Less Car More Go Kickstarter video “LESS CAR MORE GO: …

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Nov 03

Interview: Kent Page – Teacher and San Antonio Bicycle Commuter

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As my readers know I’m an Elementary Teacher. I’m also the Science facilitator for my campus. At a resent facilitator meeting I was able to sit next to Kent Page. In that time I learned he was a bicycle commuter. I asked Kent if he was interested in doing an interview for my blog. I …

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Jul 14

Cycle in Cinema and Pedal Powered: Pee Wee’s Big Adventure

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I’ve been a fan of pedal powered events for a few years. My Yuba Mundo came from “Rock the Bike” the group who heads up the Pedal Powered Bicycle Music Festival out on the West Coast. They have an impressive pedal powered setup with highly modified Yuba Mundo Cargo Bikes. Thanks to social networking (i.e. …

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Jul 12

HEB’s Bike Parking Update: Success!

I am very happy to report that I got a phone call earlier this week from the manager at the HEB grocery store. He was very polite and said the after reading my email he went outside to look at the bike racks and was very embarrassed because it was clear to him that they …

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