Our Commuter Diaries series is written by Anita Vandyke. Anita runs a successful Instagram account (@rocket_science) about zero waste living. She is currently writing her first book?A Zero Waste Lifestyle: a thirty day guide?to be published in July 2018. For more information about the author please visit?www.anitavandyke.com.
Dear Commuter Diary,
Weekends are jam-packed with grocery shopping, brunches and catching up with friends! Nothing is better than summer in the city, but having a PUBLIC bike makes it infinitely easier to fit everything into the weekend.
Here is how I use my PUBLIC bike on the weekend:
1. Grocery shopping
The detachable PUBLIC Wire Basket makes it a great shopping basket for all your goodies! The basket is such a handy tool that can fit all my grocery needs whilst also being functional, stylish and practical. It is perfect for going to the farmer’s market or going to the bulk store!
2. Carrying my bags around
There’s no need to be pack-horse and manually carry everything around. That’s the great thing about having a PUBLIC bike, you can fit everything you need for the weekend on the back of your bike without hurting your shoulders. The basket is roomy enough to fit all your needs!
3. Going on a picnic
San Francisco is filled with great parks and hikes! Having a PUBLIC bike makes it easy for me to access hidden picnic spots and allows me to carry everything I need with ease and style. I have a seven-speed PUBLIC C7 Bike, which allows me to climb the hills of San Francisco and glide through the parks! I never have to worry about parking, because I can easily park my bike anywhere.
4. Traveling to BBQ’s
I love riding my PUBLIC bike to my friend’s houses and not have to search for parking. I usually just park straight outside their home or find a local bike rack to park my bike. Don’t forget to get yourself a sturdy lock! I can go straight from the grocery store to the BBQ with food, snacks and drinks!
5. Enjoying the sunshine and get some exercise
Many us don’t get enough exercise or Vitamin D as we spend much of our lives indoors. Having a PUBLIC bike allows me to get the exercise I need as part of my commute. This is great form of incidental exercise and also allows me to enjoy the Californian sunshine!
My PUBLIC bike has transformed my weekends, I no longer have to worry about parking my car, carrying heavy loads or accessing hidden picnic spots! It’s made my weekend commute around the city much more enjoyable and less stressful! Besides walking, biking has the lowest environmental impact for any means of transport. I love knowing that I am living a more eco-friendly life, without compromising on efficiency or style. To transform your weekend commute, why don’t you check out a PUBLIC bike today and see how easy and fun it is!