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    bike basket
  • A bicycle basket allows a bicycle rider to carry cargo or objects without using their hands. Baskets on children's bicycles and some utility bicycles are often mounted to the front handle bars and are made of wire mesh, wicker, or woven plastic.
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  • (pet) a domesticated animal kept for companionship or amusement
  • (pet) favored: preferred above all others and treated with partiality; "the favored child"
  • A fit of sulking or ill humor
  • (pet) stroke or caress gently; "pet the lamb"
bike basket for pets - Garmin FR60
Garmin FR60 Women's Black Fitness Watch Bundle (Includes Foot Pod, Heart Rate Monitor, and USB ANT Stick)
Garmin FR60 Women's Black Fitness Watch Bundle (Includes Foot Pod, Heart Rate Monitor, and USB ANT Stick)
This FR60 bundle (in women's black) includes a foot pod, a USB ANT stick, and a heart rate monitor.

Log every mile and every minute with FR60, a sleek fitness watch plus workout tool that tracks your time, heart rate and calories burned. When bundled with the wireless foot pod (included), FR60 also tracks speed and distance, indoors or out. Use FR60's training tools to get the most out of your workout. Then, FR60 wirelessly sends your workout data to your computer for later analysis.

Garmin FR60 Fitness Watch Bundle (Women's Black)--includes footpod.

Flexible digital heart rate monitor provides instant feedback about how hard you're working.

Once you've logged the miles, FR60 automatically transfers data to your PC or Mac, wirelessly when in range.
Train Indoors or Out
In the gym or on the road, FR60 tracks all your workout data, including time, heart rate, calories burned, lap times and averages, and more. FR60 boasts advanced training tools, such as training alarms and Virtual Partner, which lets you race against a virtual training partner to improve your performance.
At the heart of its success is FR60's wireless ANT+ technology, which allows it to connect to other ANT+ compatible devices, like the included heart rate monitor and foot pod, or even ANT+ compatible fitness equipment.
Go for Distance
With the ANT+ seamless wireless link, FR60 connects to the optional wireless foot pod, which tracks your distance and speed effortlessly, both indoors and out. Using advanced accelerometer technology, the foot pod collects and sends precise data about your movements, gathering distance and speed data that is 98 percent accurate, right out of the box.
Listen to Your Heart
FR60 also connects wirelessly to a lightweight, flexible digital heart rate monitor, providing instant feedback about how hard you're working. FR60 continuously tracks heart beats per minute and displays your heart rate zone, so you can monitor and improve your fitness level.
Cross-Train
When paired with an optional speed/cadence sensor, FR60 tracks the speed and distance of your cycling workouts. The wireless speed/cadence sensor attaches securely to your bike and measures your pedaling cadence and wheel speed as you ride. You can even use it to train indoors because the sensor attaches to your rear wheel.


Also available in Women's Lilac
Sync and Share
Once you've logged the miles, FR60 automatically transfers data to your PC or Mac, wirelessly when in range. No cables, no hookups. The data is just there, ready for you to analyze, categorize and share through our online community, Garmin Connect.
Pick Your Form Factor
Males and females may train alike, but they have different preferences when it comes to watch styling. So, Garmin offers a men’s and women’s version of FR60 that differs only in size and color options. The men’s model, which weighs 1.6 ounces, comes in black or red on black. The women’s model, at 1.4 ounces, comes in black (shown here, 010-00743-30) or lilac.
What's in the Box
FR60, USB ANT Stick, heart rate monitor, Foot Pod (accelerometer), quick start manual, and owners manual on disk

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Snow on My Nose
Snow on My Nose
This was taken during my time at grad school in Delaware when I rented a room for a semester while I finished out my last bit of classes. I rented a room with a wonderfully nice lady (so glad!) while my husband lived in our house in Pittsburgh. It was a really interesting experience living away from home with having only a bicycle to get around. You might think that not having a car would be a huge drag, but it was actually okay. I rode in the rain, the snow, and the hot sun, but it wasn't all that bad. I became quite adept at holding an umbrella while I rode or using a poncho to stay dry. I had a basket on the front of my bike for grocery bags and whatnot. It was pretty cool to not have any carbon footprint from driving a car. It was about a two-mile ride to my building on campus from the house and maybe a little bit longer from the house to the nearest grocery store. Luckily, Delaware is relatively flat (compared to Pittsburgh, ugh) and a lot of amenities were maybe a 15-minute bike ride away. The best thing was that I was able to get outside and get some exercise every day! I definitely became stronger over the course of the semester! This is a picture of my landlady's golden retriever, Isabella. Isabella is usually very rambunctious and I was quite surprised that she sat for me while I took her picture. This is the day that the east coast received almost a foot of snow in some places -- we received about seven inches in northern Delaware. I am taking the picture at about 2-3 feet high looking down at her -- the white background is entirely snow! Aside from adjusting the saturation (my S2IS doesn't always capture color well -- it usually leaves photos washed out) and the contrast, this photo is exactly as it was taken. I have about 30 other photos of her looking away or with her tongue out or with her eyes closed or with her moving around. They are kind of funny and I've thought about posting some of them in the comments below. I'm surprised that I was actually able to get a somewhat serene portrait of Isabella. She looks so peaceful and calm, right? Yeah, maybe for the .004 seconds that it took to snap the picture! I never would have expected to get a picture of her that wasn't a brown blur in the frame. :-D (3/2/2009)
Sumo on his first bicycle excursion wearing his new doggles, back from our first outing to the Farmers Market, no doubt he is contemplating a jump. Sumo (TJ was a name we long since discarded) wears his Doggles in preparation really of riding the scooter with me, for protection. He would rub his face against the crate trying to get it off, this would take some getting used to. Since then the scooter got stolen and Sumo happily runs ahead of me on the bike and Isabella drudging along behind. I no longer place him in the basket there is really no need.

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