Welcome to the Bike-Based Business webcast, where we showcase entrepreneurs and innovators who are changing the world on two wheels. This month, we tagged along with Cayman Talcott while he delivered the famous Krishna Lunch plates to Shands Hospital as part of the new bike-based Krishna2Go program at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL.
As commuters and businesses increasingly embrace cycling, bike-powered services now run the gamut from food waste collection to urban delivery to… snow plowing? Yes. Bike-powered snow plows now clear the city streets in Traverse City, Michigan thanks to a neat invention by NORTE!, a non-profit whose mission is to “inspire Traverse City youth through bicycles.” […]
One of the first applications for Kanner Karts bicycle trailers was in the field of distributed community composting with Gainesville Compost. In 2012, I met Steven at our local farmers market and he told me about how he was experimenting with bike trailer fabrication and was interested in collaborating. We worked together to develop the […]