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    Onya Mule

    I've been introduced to the world of Cargobikes and ran across the Onya Mule (http://onyacycles.com/#bikes - second bike down). I don't have much experience riding them, but I'm curious if anyone has much experience with 20" wheels for general commuting and utility use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by intheways View Post
    I've been introduced to the world of Cargobikes and ran across the Onya Mule (http://onyacycles.com/#bikes - second bike down). I don't have much experience riding them, but I'm curious if anyone has much experience with 20" wheels for general commuting and utility use.

    Thanks
    You can see a picture of my Hunter Cycle Truck in the "Post Pics of Your Cargo Bike" Thread.

    20 wheels have been great for me as a daily commuter. Super tough (like set and forget tough), but with a wide availability of spares should something go awry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mainlyfats View Post
    You can see a picture of my Hunter Cycle Truck in the "Post Pics of Your Cargo Bike" Thread.

    20 wheels have been great for me as a daily commuter. Super tough (like set and forget tough), but with a wide availability of spares should something go awry.
    Thanks for the info. Does your bike have some sort of folding mechanism?

    Looks like a cool setup

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    Yes. The rear triangle can be removed - kind of like a Ritchey Breakaway set-up - so it does dual duty as a travelling bike that can fit into a duffle bag.

    I can't tell for sure, but this looks to be the only fixed gear cargo bike posted posted thus far.

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