A view of Bike Friday without barriers, cycling without gears, transportation without internal combustion, computing without Microsoft, good food without animal exploitation, music without boundaries, and the exploits of bikefridaywalter and family for those without being in close proximity, plus a few random other things.

Please note that each topic has its own category and each category has its own RSS feed, so if you’re interested only in one particular topic on this blog, no problem. Scroll down and click on the one you want.

This is a continuation of the memescapes found at bikefridaywalter.blogdrive.com and walter.blogdrive.com.

7 Responses to “About”

  1. Martin Says:

    Just wanted to let you know that I linked to your blog. Have been stopping in for awhile… Finally got around to putting some info up on my tikit since I was getting too lazy to type long emails. Figured I’d just blog it once and point to the posts when needed.

  2. Cool, Martin. Thanks for the link. And keep flying the freak flag with that tikit of yours. Way to think outside the box!

  3. aph Says:


    I keep seeing Tikits with drop-bars on your site, but I haven’t ever seen a picture of one of those folded up or a short video of the folding process for them. Do the bars make it harder to fold and/or take up more space? Is there a reason BF doesn’t have a stock one of them?

  4. Alan,

    There’s one folded up a few BFFFFFG‘s back. We don’t have a video of the folding process because it’s not different. It folds just the same. The width of the tikit package is increased as the bars/controls increase forward, so drop bars, bullhorn bars, even h-bars increase the package somewhat. The stock models don’t have a lot of options, but that’s why we have built to order models. If you want one with drops, we can do it. The reason you don’t see a model that comes standard with drops is because we’re working on developing a model specifically for them, code-named the speeding tikit. The plan is to have a front derailleur on it and everything but it’s going to require some serious engineering. Rob’s working on it needless to say.

  5. harry Says:

    Dear Webmaster,

    I came across your website recently:


    I wanted to ask if you would please consider placing a link to my website called Biking.com?  

    It is a resource for anything and everything bicycling, cycling and trail riding.

    If you think it would be of use to your visitors, would you please consider adding a link to my website on your page. We are happy to offer you a 10% discount to our Biking Store if you do so.

    Here is the HTML link you could add: Biking.com – the complete biking resource.

    Please let me know if you have any questions.


    Harry Roger

  6. Mandie Says:

    Hi, I came across your site and wasn’t able to get an email address to contact you. Would you please consider adding a link to my website on your page. Please email me back and we’ll talk about it.


    Mandie Hayes

  7. Christine Says:

    Do you still have IRC Mibro 26” 1.95” available … if so i’m interested to buy both….

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