Ahren Rogers sent this photo of Leah, his partner, picking up supplies at the welding shop. Ahren builds our Pass Hunter and City bike frames and Leah welds our stainless steel racks. That's one big bike trailer.
he should moonlight as a hayride operator!m. white
And in case anyone wants to know more about the trailers. http://www.bikesatwork.com/ Lot's of good stuff there.Cheers,Steve
I moved from one apartment to another with a couple of friends and their bike at work trailers. this was in Oakland, and the distance was a mile. We also used an adult trike for plants.
There was a bikesnobnyc bit a few months back that kept the whole 'moving a ton of stuff' idea from getting too serious.mb
Surly is good for this kind o' stuff: http://www.surlybikes.com/uploaded_images/Living-Green-Expo-load-5-5-07-003-747791.jpghttp://www.flickr.com/photos/rickpickett/3090897699/sizes/l/in/pool-417924@N22/
Just hope they do not take the acetelyne bottles home like that.
It's ok to lay acetylene bottles down as long as you stand them up for the same amount of time before use. I like riding unusual bikes-drivers are too puzzled to be their usual arrogant selves.
That happens to be my very busy trailer, a Bikes at Work 64AW with the optional 32 inch extension shown in the picture of Leah. (Most of the time this trailer only 64 inches long, but the person I bought it with insisted on getting the extension to make it 96 inches if needed.) She also uses it to pick up the stainless steel used to make the VO racks, which come from the steel wholesaler in 10-foot (120-inch) lengths. Now that would make an interesting picture.
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