Stills V3

October 17, 2011

Recycle Cycle

Filed under: Robert Hoehne — rhoehne @ 04:04

I have this insane feeling I have posted this but cannot find it, guessing not.  This is my favourite bike loaded with electronic waste before I head off to a recycling depot.

Not a great photo, I am sharing it to show what has diverted some of my time away from photography lately.  More photography coming though, a lot of photo gear fits in those bags.

March = 53km, April = 82km, May = 251km, June = 376km, July = 471km, August = 816km, September = 950km.  I don’t think I will top September’s effort for monthly kilometers ridden.

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4 Comments »

  1. One certainly couldn’t fail to spot what your favourite hobby is! Recycling?!! (just joking). One can see how the miles clock up. Of course, photographing while in charge of a bicycle must introduce problems such as hoping nobody pinches your bike when you are immersed in your subject matter. Let’s hope the summer heat defeats you and some photos take over!

    Comment by zavaell — October 19, 2011 @ 07:12

  2. This is the cycle equivalent of the stretched limo, I don’t think I’ve seen one like this before. It seems custom designed for large panniers!
    I cycle but only about 65km per weekend. My favourite ride is along the coast and then back through the forest.

    Comment by Rex — October 21, 2011 @ 19:45

    • off the rack bike made in the US by Surly, you can buy a rear end add on for normal bikes from Xtracycle which are also US. The bike handles remarkably like a normal bike, I usually forget it is extra long. This is a super comfortable bike with fat low pressure tyres, I added a rear handle bar and places to put feet on the back, my daughter loves it.

      Comment by rhoehne — October 24, 2011 @ 05:41

  3. Well, I’m happy to see that there are still some worthwhile items made in the US. Enjoyed your title — the bike looks custom, even if it isn’t so much. And obviously functional. I would like to see your daughter riding on the back, though I guess someone else would have to take that photo!

    Comment by Christina — October 28, 2011 @ 15:11


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