Copenhagen has got one extra cargo bike producer. At Butchers & Bicycle (named after their location within the meat district) they build a trike that leans into the bent as if it was a normal bike (it resembles me of the Toyota I-Road steering mechanism). Available in non-assisted (3395 EUR) and electro power assisted version (4995 EUR). At a first glance the bike seems orientated towards families with little children. Or in other words, I don’t how you can haul extra large things with this bike.
A video shot from on a race bike in the Tour the France? You now it will be close racing, but even then it seems very fast and narrow!
This could indeed be one hell of a stage in a race!
Wonderful documentary! And some people still think they need 4 wheels to get the smallest things done…
Ocanto is a beautiful initiative of a few guys who install a television set somewhere in Brussels and invites people to join them to watch a football match.