swerved around this van while talking on his cell phone and riding his bicycle in Amsterdam. Today I received an email from a friend who said I had to search for "amsterdam bike" on google images. I like the picture below because it shows both a nice hefty Amsterdam bicycle lock chain, plus the dynamo from a human powered bicycle light. Here's a link to one: m/display/1026/0/ The lack of helmets baffled me, too. And all along the way ppl from the exam committee are watching them (even some undercover ppl). Remember, I was only standing at one street corner in Nieuw Markt, Amsterdam, and I only stood there for 73 minutes, yet I saw these riders with dogs (and more I just wasn't fast enough on the camera or taking another photo at the time). . Note the rain trousers; it was raining cats and dogs that day.
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I have tried both types, I went to a dynamo because my batteries would only last 2 hours on one charge and I wanted to ride longer at night. Once again, I truly enjoyed this page, and I hope my comments may have helped to enhance your appreciation of the scene you found yourself immersed in at that cafe. Maggi Hacker pvyc Prairie Village Yacht Club Johnson County Bicycle Club (Kansas) (maggimay) _o _- - Below this line is from Mike Jenkins (Barrington, IL, 10/9/06) - Great web page! . I must say though that if I would ever cycle hva skjer i haugesund for barn in America / San Francisco, I would wear a helmet. (See below for another 20 pictures of Amsterdam natives chatting on cell phones while riding bicycles.) Next, she is sporting a generator bicycle headlight (dynamo human powered bicycle light, see below for more examples). . You would never get a spec of grease on your pants on those jobs. And am thankful for the friend living in Northern Holland who made me aware of your site! Take proper precautions when you see or hear a storm developing: seek shelter, keep off ridgelines, and stay clear of chairlift houses, lift towers, power lines, open spaces, lone trees, and signposts. Mike Jenkins Barrington, IL - Below this line is from Mark Scrivner (Kansas, 10/11/06) - Brian, I was sent your Amsterdam photos by a third party and found them fascinating.