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    Not asking what bag, but rather what container you use to carry food and drink when you ride? I have a Nalgene for h2o and sports drinks in the summer, and a Thermos for hot drinks in the winter.

    Right now I am looking at getting one of these - Zojirushi Mr. Bento Stainless-Steel Lined Lunch Jar to carry my lunches in. The reviews look awesome and I have seen some asian students in my program using them.

    Thoughts?clockwork ted: this is my favorite thread. sweet BJ alexi!
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    I'm being an ass today. Sorry had to delete this.
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      CommentAuthorMungoRocks
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2007
     
    tupperware.
    I have a Badtz-Maru lunchbox, but I needed to stick stuff in tupperware inside it, anyway, so niow I just use the tupperware.dongpincher 1000
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    • CommentAuthorgc
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2007
     
    water bottles in 2 bottle cages on frame- pretzals, apple, and bananna in bag
    cold pizza in tupperwaregone
    • CommentAuthorgone
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2007
     
    Water goes in a standard sports-type bottle.

    As for meals, 1 (one) Peanut Butter 'n' Banana Sandwich. Saran wrap.


    Although I haven't had to do that much recently, what with the Qdoba coupons and all.
    But For How Much Longer?
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      CommentAuthorBuckley!
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2007 edited
     
    I usually have 2 or 3 granola/trail mix type bars on me. The Odwalla ones are yummy. I carry them in one of the outside-ish pockets on my Bailey bag. This winter I'll be getting some sort of container, too. That Zojirushi thing looks awesome, but I wonder how much space it takes up.

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    10"x6"x6", 3 pounds. I think I need something a little bit smaller. I'll probably settle for one of those wonder bread sandwich shaped containers.The kid's gotta learn that the game never lets up.
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    alright, hoping you savvy folk can help me with something...

    I'm trying to find a container/solution to buy/make that would be ideal for transporting cupcakes in a bike basket.
    I've heard that such a think exists but I can't find one anywhere.Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn.
    • CommentAuthorboundgear
    • CommentTimeNov 27th 2007
     

    For cupcake.
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    i thought you were letting us know that you eat kittensthere ain't no magic in the breakdown baby
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      CommentAuthorhowl
    • CommentTimeNov 27th 2007
     
    Aaron Gigantic:
    I'm trying to find a container/solution to buy/make that would be ideal for transporting cupcakes in a bike basket.
    I've heard that such a think exists but I can't find one anywhere.


    Why not put the cupcakes in a cupcake pan, and then put that in a box/tupperware?
    The pan should keep them from sliding around or loosing all their icing.Troglodytarum is latin for troll
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    they make a cupcake travel box, i think crate and barrel?there ain't no magic in the breakdown baby
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    http://www.kitchenkapers.com/oneida-bake-and-take-cupcake-holder.htmlthere ain't no magic in the breakdown baby
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    am i the only one with google?
    it is the new search engine i just found out about. i think it might get pretty big somedaythere ain't no magic in the breakdown baby
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      CommentAuthorbrunop
    • CommentTimeNov 27th 2007
     
    my girlfriend uses the bento box EVERYDAY. she loves it. it's kinda a cult though. they're cool and well-made.
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      CommentAuthorbrunop
    • CommentTimeNov 27th 2007
     
    check this:
    http://flickr.com/groups/mrbento/
    • CommentAuthorPugatch
    • CommentTimeNov 27th 2007
     
    alexi you are a huge aluminium fan, still rock those swedish aluminum water bottles? the siggs?

    i use this for tea or coffee keep its steaming hot for 6 hours
    Think of bicycles as rideable art that can just about save the world
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    Y'all are some serious consumers. Agonizing over a stem or wheel nipples is one thing, but lunch boxes and water bottles?
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      CommentAuthorgregwhits
    • CommentTimeNov 27th 2007
     
    endurancenirvana:Y'all are some serious consumers. Agonizing over a stem or wheel nipples is one thing, but lunch boxes and water bottles?


    good thermoses are difficult to find, and necessary for bag transport... something that you don't normally give a shit about with a 5 dollar travelmug on the T or in a car. believe me i tried and had lots of problems with hot drink transport..