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    My Big Fat Dummy (slowly progressing). I added a Surly Porteur House bag (which I already owned) sideways on the deck. It mounts via 8 different straps for a very secure load, and a ton of storage space. I have two more custom bags in the works from a local bag maker called Three Toes Threadworks.

    I also added a Swag Offroad 50-cal ammo can mount to the deck. The aluminum mount is super lightweight...the can itself, not so much. However, it gives me lockable storage, and can be removed in just a few seconds.

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    Great looking setup Craig
    Have been watching this on the facebook group and it has to be one of the nicest fat Dummy builds I have seen. Great work.
    Happy trails with that beast

    Jamie

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamiedyer View Post
    Great looking setup Craig
    Have been watching this on the facebook group and it has to be one of the nicest fat Dummy builds I have seen. Great work.
    Happy trails with that beast

    Jamie
    Thanks, Jamie. Much appreciated.
    I dig steel-framed bikes of all shapes and sizes.

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    First snow just before Christmas. Doesn't usually last too long here before everything ices up so we made the most of it.
    DSC_1786 by Jamie Dyer, on Flickr

    Last weekend it was just icey and here it was sitting just around 0 degree C.
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    Nice rig JD. Is that a standard BD front fork on there, or did you upgrade to a bFd fork?
    Boy, are my parents gonna be pissed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prof. Chaos View Post
    Nice rig JD. Is that a standard BD front fork on there, or did you upgrade to a bFd fork?
    That's a Pugsley fork with 80mm rim and an Endomorph tyre. Front end straight off the Pugs. The fork is painted to match, well, close enough anyway

    Jamie

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    Pulled the trigger on one of these. This should be fun to tool around with the kid this summer. Iím planning to rig up a Thule Yepp Maxi easyfit on the back.


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    The pictures trike was modified from a 20" cheap fat bike Post Pics of your Cargo Bike-img_20180118_160932.jpgPost Pics of your Cargo Bike-180220a.jpgPost Pics of your Cargo Bike-180220b.jpgPost Pics of your Cargo Bike-img_20180225_145154.jpg

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    Bullitt Blue Bird with Home Depot box, this is the 35inch one from Husky. Need to push the box quite a bit to get in the frame, but once is in...fits perfectly! hauling my two little ones, a 3 and 6 years old in it.

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    Post Pics of your Cargo Bike





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    It's electric

    Here's my Yuba Mundo V4 with Bafang BBHSD and a 52v 13.5ah shark battery.


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    Here is one of my dad bike.


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    Post Pics of your Cargo Bike-3a64712e-418f-465f-b080-e9b3965c1fd9.jpgKeg hauler.

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    We call this bike Betty, because the frame is a Free agent Betty.

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    Dummy is always evolving


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    Summer coming to a close

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    Shakedown ride on the sidecar!
    Base done and now for a body.

    Jamie

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    Very nice, Jamie!
    I dig steel-framed bikes of all shapes and sizes.

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    I saw this in Amsterdam earlier this year...

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    A bad day of cycling is better than a good day at work

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    Xtra cycle on 1981 Kuwahara Mtb. Copper tubing rack, skate board deck. Have since added floor boards and rear handlebars for granddaughter.Post Pics of your Cargo Bike-fb_img_1544666900611.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogbros View Post
    Xtra cycle on 1981 Kuwahara Mtb. Copper tubing rack, skate board deck. Have since added floor boards and rear handlebars for granddaughter.Click image for larger version. 

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    Very nice, Dogbros.
    I dig steel-framed bikes of all shapes and sizes.

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    Christmas eve ride out to the harbour.

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    Nice fresh snow this morning so it was out with the sidecar and back to hooking up the sled

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    My Big Dummy, built it last summer;

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    Shimano XT 2x9 (in the picture the outer 42t ring is still in place and thereís no derailleur yet, it now has 32/22 and a bashring)
    Thorn cranks 185mm
    Shimano stock square taper bb (wich has play after less then a year )
    Halo SAS rims, Halo rear hub 48 spoke, SON dynohub 36 spoke
    Big Maxxis Hookworms
    Jones Bar
    Surly front rack with SON Edelux headlight, B+M rear light
    Thorn Ďstokerí stem with narrowed handlebar in the rear for the kids to hold on to

    This is my daily bike now, commute 40km a day on it, do touring with the kids and wife in the weekend, everything, the only setback is the bb failing a little early, but i recently purchased a Phil Wood bb with bad bearings, they are easy to replace (wich i allready did) and that will go in soon.
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    Salsa Fargo under construction

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flushing Shadow View Post
    My Big Dummy, built it last summer;

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    Shimano XT 2x9 (in the picture the outer 42t ring is still in place and thereís no derailleur yet, it now has 32/22 and a bashring)
    Thorn cranks 185mm
    Shimano stock square taper bb (wich has play after less then a year )
    Halo SAS rims, Halo rear hub 48 spoke, SON dynohub 36 spoke
    Big Maxxis Hookworms
    Jones Bar
    Surly front rack with SON Edelux headlight, B+M rear light
    Thorn Ďstokerí stem with narrowed handlebar in the rear for the kids to hold on to

    This is my daily bike now, commute 40km a day on it, do touring with the kids and wife in the weekend, everything, the only setback is the bb failing a little early, but i recently purchased a Phil Wood bb with bad bearings, they are easy to replace (wich i allready did) and that will go in soon.
    Very nice!
    I dig steel-framed bikes of all shapes and sizes.

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    Thanks! My wife has a Kona UTE btw, i will search for a pic of that one this evening.
    Surly Big Dummy XT 2x9
    Salsa Fargo under construction

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    Post Pics of your Cargo Bike-c19a658c-a2bd-4e8a-8d32-ca093471fb2c.jpg

    Kona UTE of my miss. Bought it with a dropbar and horrible shifting Tiagra shifters, turned out somebody had been mixing 9 and 10 speed components
    After a good maintenance check and a few items like a Jones Bar, Microshift Shifters and BB7 brakes, Schwalbe Almotion 40-622ís and a Terry saddle with room for lady parts, she is loving it, rides it daily. First we had the kids seat to the rear of the carrier and our oldest was holding on to the bars under the saddle with his sister in the seat, now he is cycling himself at the age of 4 and she is sitting a little closer to her mother, rides better and safer on the center and sidestand.

    I recently upgraded it to XT rear derailleur with a new cassette and chain, but i didnít get the shifting right, after a few thoughts i aligned the derailleur hanger this evening and now it works right
    Surly Big Dummy XT 2x9
    Salsa Fargo under construction

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