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Tricycle prototype at Olin Expo - During my sophomore year of college, I founded and led a team of eight students who designed, built, and tested an urban utility bicycle. Without any formal training, we embarked on a user-centered design process which led to the Longfellow, an extended bicycle with a 4' cargo bed for carrying luggage and passengers.
The Longfellow is now owned by Olin's Environmental club, and is regularly used for shuttling friends between Olin, Wellesley, and Boston.
Olin HPV team '05-06 - During my sophomore year of college, I founded and led a team of eight students who designed, built, and tested an urban utility bicycle. Without any formal training, we embarked on a user-centered design process which led to the Longfellow, an extended bicycle with a 4' cargo bed for carrying luggage and passengers.
The Longfellow is now owned by Olin's Environmental club, and is regularly used for shuttling friends between Olin, Wellesley, and Boston.
Olin HPV team '05-06 - During my sophomore year of college, I founded and led a team of eight students who designed, built, and tested an urban utility bicycle. Without any formal training, we embarked on a user-centered design process which led to the Longfellow, an extended bicycle with a 4' cargo bed for carrying luggage and passengers.
The Longfellow is now owned by Olin's Environmental club, and is regularly used for shuttling friends between Olin, Wellesley, and Boston.
Olin HPV team '05-06 - During my sophomore year of college, I founded and led a team of eight students who designed, built, and tested an urban utility bicycle. Without any formal training, we embarked on a user-centered design process which led to the Longfellow, an extended bicycle with a 4' cargo bed for carrying luggage and passengers.
The Longfellow is now owned by Olin's Environmental club, and is regularly used for shuttling friends between Olin, Wellesley, and Boston.
Olin HPV team '05-06 - During my sophomore year of college, I founded and led a team of eight students who designed, built, and tested an urban utility bicycle. Without any formal training, we embarked on a user-centered design process which led to the Longfellow, an extended bicycle with a 4' cargo bed for carrying luggage and passengers.
The Longfellow is now owned by Olin's Environmental club, and is regularly used for shuttling friends between Olin, Wellesley, and Boston.
Test rides on Longfellow - Rider: Matt Ritter
Test rides on Longfellow - Rider: Matt Ritter
Longfellow's continuing service - Matt Ritter - Team member Matt Ritter has taken our creation to MIT with him, where it's serving as a full-duty cargo hauler for the Solar Concentrator project- it's great to see our bike still in use!
Longfellow's continuing service - Matt Ritter - Team member Matt Ritter has taken our creation to MIT with him, where it's serving as a full-duty cargo hauler for the Solar Concentrator project- it's great to see our bike still in use!
Longfellow's continuing service - Matt Ritter - Team member Matt Ritter has taken our creation to MIT with him, where it's serving as a full-duty cargo hauler for the Solar Concentrator project- it's great to see our bike still in use!
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Eric Munsing
Sustainability Consultant San Francisco, CA