I've just done a couple of days working for a carbon neutral delivery company. It basicaly involved me cycling around all day (with a trailer) dropping off newspapers and flyers at pubs and cafes around town (and taking away any old ones for recycling). I've learned a few things: 1) It's cool getting paid for cycling 2) Hauling a trailer with 100's of newspapers around the hilliest areas of town is quite a workout! 3) You get more space on the road with a trailer. 4) But you can rarely filter through traffic. 5) People are really interested about what you're carrying and strike up conversations about it all the time. You can also feel like a bit of a t**t going uphill at slower than walking pace whilst drowning in sweat 6) I don't know my around town as well as I thought I did 7) It's nice to finish work with those endorphins flowing. 8) I'm really hungry! 9) My bike feels incredibly strange (really fast, lot's of oversteer) for the first mile or so after switching from the trailer. Not much point to this thread really, but I'll post it anyway Anyone done anything similar?