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Cargo Bikes

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Bikesailing":
And, how about this... Don’t know anything about these, but seems like an idea which might become popular
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324328204578572011343756542.html?mod=trending_now_3
Some cool models: http://rollingorangebikes.com/
http://yubabikes.com/ 
A quick look at Google images is pretty impressive: http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&site=imghp&tbm=isch&source=hp&biw=1600&bih=805&q=cargo+bikes&oq=cargo+bikes&gs_l=img.3..0l7j0i5l3.1330.3718.0.3850.11.10.0.1.1.0.111.958.7j3.10.0....0...1ac.1.19.img.lFjMkGezT-Y

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jhm said...

Funny you should mention it, the latest number of a great magazine is out today:

http://www.bicycletimesmag.com/content/bicycle-times-issue-24-way

Anonymous said...

I've had one of these for about 15 years now, using it to run my garden maintenance business and my life, I've transported everything from petrol driven lawn mowers to children. in a small flat city like here in york (old) they are just the thing!
http://www.christianiabikes.com/
CHEERS Josh

Anonymous said...

Must be timely - a little over a week ago peakmoment posted a related video - Splendid Bicycles for Cargo and Kids: http://youtu.be/zU6pwTuHbBg.

Erik Knutzen said...

I've been using an Xtracycle for a few years now--works great--can easily haul just as many groceries as I used to in a car.

Anonymous said...

For a lot of great information about recumbent and cargo bbikes, check out www.atomiczombie.com . This crazy Canadian guy builds wild machines and even sell some needed components. His blog is a great source of info as is his tutorials. Emphsis is on reusing old bike parts. Bob Patterson Fernley, NV

Anonymous said...

hey Lloyd, is it possible to make the commentators links live?

Anonymous said...

some interesting ones on

cargocycling.org

click on special purpose (other links interesting too)

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