Wrapping Paper

Carrying wrapping paper to the condo to wrap some presents from Santa …


Enjoy the Holidays all – the bike hugging will continue in 08 – thanks for reading and being part of bike culture with us.


I thought the Elfs wrapped Santa’s presents?

Oh yes, they definitely do, we’re just helping out by supplying the paper.

no helmet?? Really dude… Maybe Santa will bring you a new one this year…

no shoes, shorts, gloves, or heart-rate monitor either; a quick ride to the store—it’s a good photo, helmet or not.

So. Insanely. Jealous. :)

btw. seeing the wrapping paper sticking out *downwards* makes me happy that I’m one of the weirdos that wears my bag on the right shoulder.  That way things angle UP out of my bag without blocking my vision when I do shoulder checks. :)  Although I’ve been wearing a Chrome backpack style bag for the past year or so anyway.

Happy holidaze!

Thanks man. We’re finally relaxing here after a very busy year—I’ve been testing bags from [Timbuk2](http://www.timbuk2.com/tb2/products/bagbuilder), [Crumpler](http://www.crumplerbags.com/), and [Sealline](http://www.seallinegear.com/urban.asp?Category=Urban)—all have their good qualities. For light loads and errands, I prefer the messenger style, but for heavier loads and traveling it’s the [backpack messenger](http://bikehugger.com/2006/10/timbuk_3.htm). I’ve traveled all over the world with that bag—it’s all the compartments and zippers that work for me.

For the Modal, the Timbuk2 medium size fits in the S&S case and I carry all the tools, parts, tires. For the Dahon, I use the [Crumpler Complete Seed](http://www.crumplerbags.com/Cart/index.php) and put all my cycling clothes in it and food.

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