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    Can my bike power my toaster?

    Or, how many cyclists would it take to power a home for a day?

    Ask Umbra: Can my bicycle power my toaster? | Grist

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...47534661,d.dmQ

    And at Middlebury College in VT
    Bike til it hertz: College kids spin out campus electricity | Grist

    We also have a kid's science museum where you can ride a bike to symbolically power the elevator. I remember being impressed how much pedaling that took.

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    They should talk to Ed Beagley Jr.
    The ridiculousness of cycling clothes increase exponentially in relation to the distance from your bicycle.

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