Quiz Week: Day Four!

Hey, Guess what? It's still Quiz Week! Every day this week, in honor of my birthday and the blog's upcoming first half-birthday and in honor of you loyal readers, a quiz and a prize!

What prize?

Well, I was lucky enough to contribute to the current issue of the amazing Taking the Lane zine, called Childhood. It is a very lovely book. Here, check out the cover, upside down:

I have a few extra contributor's copies and would like to offer them as prizes my smartest readers. One quiz a day, for a week!

Yesterday's question remains unanswered, maybe because it was too deep:

What is so ironic about the Transformer's chosen disguise and what does it say about our society's relationship to our planet and to giant robots?

That question will remain on the board, and now the winning answerer will be awarded an additional, super-surprise winter-riding prize as well as a copy of Childhood!

Quiz Week continues now!

The last couple of questions have been about past blog entries from here at Riding on Roadways. Enough about me. Let's make the next one about what you think.

Can you predict the bike future?

Twenty years ago, nobody would have considered that looooong bikes would factor so heavily in the cargo and utility bike landscape. What do you see as the innovative feature or platform or improvement most likely to take bicycles for transport to the next level?

There is no right answer. I'll put the names of anyone who answers into a hat and draw the winner at random. That person will turn out to be correct and should drop what they are doing and go change the bike world. Also, they'll get a free zine. No restrictions apply.

Happy Quizzing!