Archive For The “cargo bike” Category

Bicycle Chariot Races

By | July 7, 2011

Whatever these are they really need to make a comeback!

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Johnnie Olivan Explores Possibilities With The Bike-Car

By | January 25, 2011

Here are three cool videos of Portland, OR bikesmith Johnnie Olivan and his recycled creations. Learn more at Rejuiced Bikes More videos are available on Vimeo and YouTube Related posts:The Cycle Track; Portland Upgrades the Bike Lane Covet: Four Women’s Cycling Jackets It’s Your Ride

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  1. The Cycle Track; Portland Upgrades the Bike Lane
  2. Covet: Four Women’s Cycling Jackets
  3. It’s Your Ride

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Cargo Hauler in NYC

By | November 22, 2010

Spotted on John Prolly’s Flickr photostream. According to Google, Coco-Mat is a mattress company whose products are now available in NYC.
Update: More googling has turned up these videos of the delivery bicycle in action:

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Don’t Call it a Girl’s Bike

By | September 21, 2010

Just because your bicycle has a sloping top tube doesn’t mean you have to call it a “girl’s bike.” That slope can make it easier to cycle modestly while wearing a dress, sure, but it also comes in handy once you start carrying any sort of cargo on your bicycle. Adding cargo adds weight to [...]

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  1. Social Cycling: Go Green, Go Dutch, Go Bike! Toronto 2010
  2. Bixi Gets the Janet Bike Girl Treatment
  3. Cruisers, Cargo bikes, Handmades and More – The Toronto International Bicycle Show

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Momentum Magazine Issue #47 – All About Kids and Cargo Bikes

By | September 3, 2010

Who can really get enough of cargo bikes? And what better way to take your children with you?
The latest issue of Momentum Magazine has articles all about the growing North American market for cargo bicycles and features a few reviews of these people-powered haulers, including the Zigo Leader pictured on the cover.
Read the latest issue [...]

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  1. Cargo Bikes; Big in New York (and Toronto too!)
  2. A cargo bike that changes lives
  3. Cruisers, Cargo bikes, Handmades and More – The Toronto International Bicycle Show

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