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How-Tuesday: Bicycle Tube Pouch – Etsy Journal

Each week, I round up a clever little tutorial for this How-Tuesday column. Well, this week I’m switching it up with a project dreamed up by yours truly! I’ve made this project at workshops with kids and grown-ups alike, and I hope you’ll enjoy it too. 

If you ride a bicycle, chances are you’re going to get a flat tire here and there — it’s just a fact of freewheelin’ life in the bike lane. Read on to learn how to make a handy pouch you can use to carry your phone, keys, pencils, or whatever else you need to bring along for the ride — and you’ll save a busted bike tube from the trash. Turn that holey tube into something wholly new. Long live the bike life!

Materials Needed:
A busted bike inner tube
Scissors
Rubber gloves
Bucket of water
Sponge
Rag
Dish detergent
Rotary cutter and

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Transportation Journal

Transportation Journal is devoted to the publication of articles that present new knowledge relating to all sectors of the supply chain/logistics/transportation field. These sectors include supply chain/logistics management strategies and techniques; carrier (transport firm) and contract logistics firm (3PL and 4PL) management strategies and techniques; transport economics; regulation, promotion, and other dimensions of public policy toward transport and logistics; and education.

Special themed issue “Retail Logistics: Exploring the Changing Logistics Costs and Competitive Environment.”

Considering the COVID-19 crisis, the Transportation Journal’s upcoming special issue on Retail Logistics now welcomes submissions related to the role of logistics in a distressed retail environment, such as shutdowns due to the virus. The editors would also like to see conceptual pieces and case studies.

The deadline for submissions has been extended to July 31, 2020. Visit the “Submissions” tab for details.

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