Yours truly (Aaron Rosenzweig) has put together four videos on urban cycling
Introduction to Urban and Utility cycling for daily travel. Honest discussion on difference between a Wal-Mart bike and a pro-shop bike. Essential components for urban cycles. Night riding with Knight Rider style lights and Tron style helmet.
Discussion of recumbent and semi-recumbent "laid back" bikes with examples.
Discussion of three wheel and four wheel cycles. Discussion of "bucket" cargo bikes. Discussion of 4 and 7 passenger mini-van family cycles.
Discussion of pedaling and the benefits of "clipless" pedals.
Mr. Tuffy tire liners (or "slime" tubes) (part 1)
Sturmey Archer Front Drum Dynamo hub (part 1)
Sturmey Archer Rear Drum internal gear hub (part 1)
Busch & Muller Lumotec IQ fly T - your front head light (part 1)
Busch & Muller Toplight Flat S - your rear tail light (part 1)
Sumo Squeaky and Crystal Bell (from Tokyo Bell) - two great horns (part 1 & 1 cont.)
Continental "traffic" tires (part 1)
Sunlite Grocery Getter Pannier from REI - $35 per bag (part 1 cont.)
Schwinn No Pressure Bicycle Seat - $15 (part 1)
Suspension seat post (part 1)
bebop pedals from vp-one (part 3)
ATAC pedals from Time (part 3)
Giant "Revive" - $500 - $1000 if you can find it (part 1 cont.)
Day 6 "Journey" - $800 (part 1 cont.)
Terra Trike "Rover" - $1000 (part 2)
Madsen cycle - $1500 USD (not perfect but readily available in the USA) (part 2)
WorkCycles Cargobike Long - $1259 Euro (part 2)
Nihola Family Trike - $1806 Euro (part 2)
KV4 Dutch Speed Cycle - $2265 Euro in a DIY kit (part 2)
Leiba classic - custom built $8000 USD (part 2)
Aerorider - custom built $8000 USD (part 2)
Quattrocycle - $5795 shipped (part 2)
GX01 - $3495 shipped (part 2)