One of the listings led me to the following about a Bike Over Borders conflict:
“. . .we learned first hand that the policies of “free trade” are made for corporations, not for small non-profit groups and people. At the border, we were asked to pay 700 dollars in import taxes to get the bikes across the border. Although the bikes were not for sale, we had to be creative in order to cross the bikes into Mexico without paying unaffordable taxes.”
And here’s some discussion about donor receipts and bike sales in DC relating to Velocipede in Baltimore.
“The two belt-driven pulleys power either a laundry spinner for water extraction or an electric generator.”