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Friday, January 16, 2009
By Yokota Fritz

I just linked to Bike Skirt yesterday, and then they have to go and post a haiku this morning. Remember, a good bike haiku is automatic link bait for Cyclelicious. Just ensure I can find the haiku by shooting an email to me or thumping me on the head.

I saw Anna's eye-catching pink and yellow bike last night in Palo Alto. It's so bright and happy!

Anna's new fixie build

What do you all think of this traveling bike lane? A laser is used to create a virtual, illuminated bike box behind the cyclist, perhaps giving the cyclist the confidence he needs to take the lane where necessary. It's just an idea and it appears it would only work in the dark.

Humorous letter to the editor in Modesto, California, where the 2009 Amgen Tour of California Stage 3 will finish. You know we cyclists have tons of political clout.
I find it amazing that the city of Modesto can find the money to pave Kansas Avenue for a bicycle race that's coming to town. I have traveled that street for more than 30 years and seen potholes as big as a Volkswagen. Nobody seemed to care. Maybe next year they will pick a new route and we can get another street fixed in Modesto.

What a dramatic rescue on the Hudson River, eh?

For those of you with a three day weekend, have a good one!

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I swear I didn't know! I was just trying to think of a creative way to express my woes; spice things up a bit, ya know? But I'm not complaining! Thanks Cyclicious!!!!
That is hilarious! Anna's haiku made me so happy, I printed it out and hung it at my desk.
Was the poet who invented haiku anticipating Twitter?
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