ON BIKE CULTURE IN EUGENE | Fine blogging since 2010 (with periodic long breaks)
You might expect it is back-breaking work delivering large amounts of bulk food products with nothing but the strength in your own two hairy little legs.
Come on. No worries at all, as they say:
Anyway, here’s something I want to share, passed on by a loyal reader.
A woman named Liz Canning is making what she calls a “crowd sourced documentary” about the cargo bike lifestyle. A crowd-sourced documentary means anybody can send in video footage, and Liz Canning takes on the monumental task of editing it into a coherent documentary film. Here’s a video about this video project:
If that looks cool to you, check out the project on Canning’s website. It tells you how you can get involved.
Based on casual observation, we think Eugene has a lot to offer this project:
This guy told me he was carrying, aside from what you can readily see, an aquarium and — ironically — a bunch of auto parts.
We think Kirby Puckett himself — all 5-foot-8, 180 pounds of him — might be in there somewhere, too.