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Monday, May 15, 2006



Here is another bike I noticed, it's called the TRIX human-powered carving trike. This would be fun to ride. I also like this electric commuter trike, The RIDER.

I've been thinking a lot about alternative transportation of late, with the rise in gas prices and all. I would like to get something that would be better for the environment and lessen the punch on my wallet. Living as far as I do from my job, most of the vehicles I've noticed will not really work, not enough range or to slow, but for someone who doesn't have far to go there are many possibilities. I am sure I will find something that will work, perhaps a scooter for the summer, even though it would most likely be gas powered it wouldn't be as expensive as the car.

In a month or so I will have finished my one year log of gas prices and consumption. I wanted to find out how much I spend on gas as well as how much I really drive. I will have the results tallied sometime in late June.

get one of the new vespas! (i think they're called 'stella') :)
The 'Stella' is classic scooter style, like an original Vespa, but it's made by someone else. It is on my list of things to look at, because it is really cool. I like the new Vespas but I really like the Stella, and the side car is super cool.
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