I'm not a fan of people using bikes as ad hoardings - there's little enough cycle rack space as it is in most city centres.
But this one, in Briggate in Leeds on Saturday morning, was intriguing. Why is a Man and Van advertising on a bike?
Presumably it's target-market psychology: the manandvan customer is likely to include the person who cycles everywhere - just the sort of person who would notice a parked-bike advert.
And blog about how they're not a fan of people using bikes as ad hoardings.
(Actually, it is possible to move house by bike, as I know from doing so twice this year. But it needs a trailer and a lot of journeys.)
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