Video: How to Transport Corgies and Crockpots by Bike in San Francisco

Lugging around groceries, heavy equipment, and even pets on a bicycle might be easier than you think. In the latest edition of her video series of tips for getting around San Francisco by bike, producer Laura Lukitsch featured some regular riders sharing their takes on “the art of carrying things.” It’s a refreshing way to get introduced to the surprising convenience of pedaling around for your everyday needs.

Check out Laura’s Youtube channel for more from her “Urban Biking” video series.

Note: I’ve never been much of a spotlight hound, but yes, I do happen to appear in this video.

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