Forgot the lock for a quick store run, so just folded the bike up in a cart and shopped. No one seemed to notice. I was ready if they did to say, “found it on Aisle 3, dunno.”
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Great idea. One of my local stores had to put up a sign prohibiting bikes because people were blocking the entryway and aisles with them. But no one can really object to this.
I was in the Border’s Book store in Santa Cruz when I heard a page for “the onwer of the yellow bike.” I hunted for it and somebody had indeed shoved it behind a book case.
Taiwan 2009: Taipei is blowing up with cycling retailers
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