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I've written a post on Off the Beaten Path in Technology which may be of interest to those of you into cycling, New Urbanism, or peak oil. It's called Wooden bicycles and peak oil.
The idea came to me when I saw a slide show of a wooden bicycle on Inhabitat. The photos caused me to think about alternative transportation, then peak oil. Then I end it with an interesting question.
I hope y'all enjoy it.
Posted at 12:18 PM in Cycling | Permalink
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September 28, 2011 at 05:00 AM
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