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    WOW! That thing really has nothing on Surly’s trailer offerings!!! Impressive landyacht setup you have there.
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    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.

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    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

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    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!

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    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…

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    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!

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    2014 Design Logic Bikes small custom "Da Phat" fresh out of the lab!

    2014 Design Logic Bikes small custom "Da Phat" fresh out of the lab!
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    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!

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorman View Post
    I want this









    Looks like a jones creation!

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    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 !)...

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