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18 June 2008

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Ah, but you haven't lived until you've seen a parking lot that does the same thing--only with cars.

Those aren't so much like jukeboxes as they are like Coke vending machines.

The fabric used in bicycle tour clothing should have features that remove moisture from the skin to the outer layer of the material. In the outer layer, moisture can dry easily. A minimum two layers are found in the clothing material.

Amazing! Shows what technology can do to solve a common problem: how to park your bicycle safely. There should be one of those outfits in every city block, IMHO...
(No more need to get an expensive bike lock)

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