• 01-14-2013
    Leopold Porkstacker
    WOW! That thing really has nothing on Surly’s trailer offerings!!! :eekster: Impressive landyacht setup you have there. :thumbsup:
  • 01-14-2013
    MooseCaboose
    Thank you. It is a great trailer but the Surly trailer is very well built and thought out. I use the trailer in the 64" mode the most. I like Surly's mount to the cycle better too. In general trailers are a great tool to have, especially when you don't own a vehicle.

    GO BIKE POWER!!!
  • 01-14-2013
    Jozo
    Riding with my Mundo and this 96" long trailer in the streets of my Central European city with narrow and congested streets and lack of cycling infrastructure would be interesting :)
  • 02-04-2013
    véloneige
    Hi all: I couldn't get a fat cargo bike like the excellent banjo bike soon enough to replace my dying 7spd hub winter cargo bike, but I did come up with a used Rohloff hub (?) and a used Small Pugsley, so I am going that route. If anybody has suggestions for cargo like racks front and rear for Pugs, I could use them!
  • 02-07-2013
    Yoreskillz
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by véloneige View Post
    Hi all: I couldn't get a fat cargo bike like the excellent banjo bike soon enough to replace my dying 7spd hub winter cargo bike, but I did come up with a used Rohloff hub (?) and a used Small Pugsley, so I am going that route. If anybody has suggestions for cargo like racks front and rear for Pugs, I could use them!

    Vélo, you can use two rear, Surly Nice Racks or Old Man Mountain also makes racks that are compatible with your Pugsley. I have the Nice Racks on my Moonlander, bit heavy for some but stout.

    Old Man Mountain: Pannier Racks For Any Bike

    Surly Rack | Parts | Surly Bikes

    VikB has a nice write up on racks for the Pugsley and there are quite a few photos/threads floating around for more instruction:

    Surly Pugsley Rack Options « The Lazy Rando Blog…
  • 02-07-2013
    véloneige
    Thanks All! I am making my build up notes for my mech now, will see if I can use a rear alloy rack like the Nice Rack, I carry groceries, so this is not decorative!
  • 06-14-2013
    Design Logic Bikes
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  • 06-15-2013
    véloneige
    Wow! What is the rear wheel-fender clearance? Will it fit a Rohloff?


    I was able in March 2013 to find a small used Pugsley and a used Rohloff, shoe-horned racks on it (not happy with racks!) and septic weeping pipe fenders, but for others, this could be an 'out of the box' winter cargo bike solution!
  • 08-30-2013
    dstgean
  • 09-11-2013
    BigBike7
    I use my Worksman Cycles StretchMover industrial trike as my cargo bike...it has a 600 pound load capacity -three speeds---coasterbrakes/drum brakes and handles everything I can throw at it (it's so stout that cars move over as to not hit me when I'm tooling down the roads !)...