Riding with Live Cargo
After I got done moving all my stuff into Masala, I had to return the trailer to Community Cycles. Tim needed to work on his bike (and renew his membership…) so I gave him a lift out to the shop. The Bikes at Work trailers aren’t really meant for hauling people… but with a capacity of 300lbs, they’re certainly capable of it. I’d really like to have a decent setup for moving another bike around without the trailer. A way to just hook the front end of the rear bike up to my rear rack, allowing it to roll on its own. More photos below.
Live Cargo Ready to Go
The drivetrain on Tim's poor steed was rusted solid, and needed some serious TLC. But without a bike, it was going to be a pain to get out to Community Cycles. So I offered him a lift, as I was returning the trailer anyway. Got him to renew his membership too!
Cargo Eye View
So this is what it looks like from back there.
Arriving at Community Cycles
I handed the camera off to Rich so he could get a few pictures of this arrangement.
It's not often that your cargo will load and unload itself...
Two Full Trailers
Ever since the Community Cycles van became inoperable, I think the trailers have been seeing more intensive use.
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