You: female, blond hair, mid-twenties, biking north on Cooper around 4:30 PM on Saturday, 25 June. Â You had an awesome cargo trailer (I think it was yellow), which tells me you are a serious bike commuter.
Me: fellow cyclist, blogger, die-hard commuter, ISO people to interview for my blog.
Sound familiar? Â Leave a comment or email me at doug (at) bikinginmemphis.com.
Like most cyclists, I do have a car and must drive on occasion. Â I much prefer to bike, but riding with a 48-count package of Charmin lashed to your rear rack is a bit of a challenge. Â (But maaaaaaybe that’s just a good excuse for me to buy a cargo trailer. Â To the interwebs!!!)
Anyway, a friend passed along this link on the facebooks which I wanted to share. Â It’s a campaign to get the state of Tennessee to adopt a vanity license plate featuring the 3-feet-it’s-the-law slogan (reminding cars to give cyclists three feet of clearance when they pass.) Â I signed up for one and donated an extra $5 to the foundation. Â Apparently, they need 1000 signatures to get the measure adopted, so hop on over and reserve one yourself. Â BTW, if the measure fails, all funds used to reserve tags can be refunded if you request.