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    My cargo bike

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    That's pretty awesome, transport trek! What are you hauling and how much weight? What kind of trailer?

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    Explain on my thread (Trek Transport and Actionpacker trailer) and (Thread: The Trek Transport by Beastrider Thread # 77).

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    Cool-blue Rhythm

    Just finished My new rear wheel for my new Dummy

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    Hope Australian Cargo Bikes

    Greetings

    This is my cargo bike. Also my daily ride, although I don't get to carry nearly enough cargo. I live in a quite hilly part of the city so my legs are the main limitation.

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    It's a tandem Trek T900. I've added a custom aluminum rack made by a radiator shop and Xtracycle bags. Also a Brooks saddle, V8 pedals, Miracycle mirror, generic bottle cages, mud guards and lights.

    I figure you people may also be interested in some bikes from the 1970s - The Adelaide Long Bike. These are my photos from a recent Cargo Bike Convergence:

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    There is more information about the Adelaide Long Bike here Lessons from the ?Longbike? ? An Earlier Cargo Bike Movement? | Port Adelaide Bicycle User Group and here The Ho Chi Minh & Adelaide Longbike - Then & Now. - a set on Flickr

    Keep riding

    Simon

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    That is really cool to use a tandem frame like that! Does the crank on the second seating position still rotate while you ride? How did you attach the aluminum rack and xtracycle bags to the frame?
    My parents have been overseas and when they saw my cargo bike, they were commenting on how they saw them all over the place, not so rare over there as here. But then we are pretty spread out as a country infrastructure wise, built around individual cars for transportation with our roads and interstates. I am lucky enough to live in a town that has a nice Rails to Trails paved and crushed rock system right through the center of town. Shame more people don't try more biking around here, you can pretty much get everywhere on one and it isn't like Nebraska is super hilly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nakedbabytoes View Post
    That is really cool to use a tandem frame like that! Does the crank on the second seating position still rotate while you ride? How did you attach the aluminum rack and xtracycle bags to the frame?
    The crank on second seating position still rotates. I forgot to mention, it is really easy to restore this bike to a tandem again. I just need to remove the rack, put the handlebars, seat and pedals back on. I have a blind daughter that will soon be big enough to ride on the back.

    The rack just attaches at the seat post and the where the handlebars attach.

    The bags just velcro on to the rack in much the same manner as normal, with some cable ties used at the bottom as well.

    I very rarely see any cargo bikes in my area. I'm out in the hilly southern suburbs of Adelaide (Hallett Cove for the locals) and I think I'm the only one mad enough!

    Simon

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    Cool-blue Rhythm B (for Baby) Dummy

    Here you go my New BD I think that it was the last 18" Green Dummy in New Zealand (NOS)

    still got a few things to do to finish but its up and running.

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    Yes I'm running with V-Brakes and I live at the top of a big hill

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    Love the swoop frames on the BD! I have that saved in my ebay searches permanently as I really want to find a 16" frame at some point. Love em!

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    Idea! My Dummy

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    Love the swoop frames on the BD! I have that saved in my ebay searches permanently as I really want to find a 16" frame at some point. Love em!
    Hi I was after a 16" too! But there was none in stock in New Zealand.
    So I got the 18" and find it was a little smaller then is listed and the right size for Me.
    Here is My DB out in the sun and yes there is Snow on the Mountain's (across the Lake).

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    Note: I have on the new Dummy Bags, Racks, and Top Plate.

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    Finally got my first batch of Xtracycle-stash. P-racks, Wideloaders, Tekdeck etc.




    Some serious width


    Wideloader does not fit 100% with the P-racks, but good enough


    Test ride with the box the stuff came in.

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    Phat Yuba Mundo

    I finally got to complete my fat Yuba:

    Surly Endomorph
    Surly fork
    NuVinci hub
    Remerx Super Jumbo Rim
    and a little of tweaking here and there

    The result is a very comfy Yuba Mundo. My kids love it. And you do not have to care about curbs, snow, mud, rock gardens!
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    Finally got my X2-bags from Xtracycle.



    Think I am satisfied with most of the bike now, though I will probably add a stand for it eventually. Just have to figure out if I am willing to spend the cash for the Rolling Jackass or if I will go for the Xtracycle one.

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    I really like the Xtracycle Kick Back stand. Works great and looks good too. The price is alittle steep. I got lucky and ran into a used one for $40.

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    What do you guys think would be a safe limit (if the trike could handle it) for a load on a tricycle cargo bike?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tractor View Post
    What do you guys think would be a safe limit (if the trike could handle it) for a load on a tricycle cargo bike?
    I think you need to refer to the manufacturer.

    Also, the distribution of the load seems like it would matter more with a trike since you can't lean. Low center of gravity would be a lot safer with heavier loads.

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    Working on designing my own trike cargo bike. Bed size would be 36" x 48", 20" front and rear tires.
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    Chilling out and slacklining in the park, no problem bringing a lot of stuff along on my trusty Dummy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tractor View Post
    Working on designing my own trike cargo bike. Bed size would be 36" x 48", 20" front and rear tires.
    That sounds cool, could really do so work with a machine like that. Trikes are cool, why don't more people ride them?
    "... Say you coming and took you for a spin like a stolen, rusty cruiser, boy. Yeah, I'm talkin 'bout a HARSH ride. "

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    Been piddling with the Xtracycle a bit of late,thinking about ditching the Hoodie for some nicer bags,mayeb some Wide Loaders* for bike camping. Here she is in all her nakedness...
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    *I dunno if I really orta snag some Wide Loaders for bike campning,I already over pack too much crap when we (the boy and me) go,LOL! Went last night. Pic...
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    My minute, which was such a crazy price I couldn't pass it up

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    and with little people

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    First trail with my four mounths old son, summertime in Helsinki Finland.

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    Thats awesome that you trail that longbike! Rip it up! Nice bike.
    "... Say you coming and took you for a spin like a stolen, rusty cruiser, boy. Yeah, I'm talkin 'bout a HARSH ride. "

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    2013 Greydummy... or Dumbo...



    This has become my favorite ride within hours of owning it...
    Will probably change bars to more angled ones though...

    I'm in the process of making it passenger suitable right now.

    Cheers

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