“There are a lot of cargo bikes today, but many of them are from Ghent or Kortryk. It is a little easier to ride cargo bikes out there. Or in Berlin. Or London. All of them are flatlands. Not so Continue reading
Another reason why cargo bike owners have a better sense Continue reading
“Critical Mass rides tonight. When the ride is over, we are having a party as Place de la Liberté. That is what I am bringing this sound system for.” Continue reading
“I was looking for a bit of sun. We are supposed to gather in the city centre, but I just wanted to be alone for a while. I know all the people on the streets, the bizarre, everything, and I wanted Continue reading
THE BULLITT BIKE INTERVIEW PART 01: “I have used my Bullitt bike every day for eight years and every day I think, ‘I do like this bike’. I was a carpenter and we always used cargo bikes, Long Johns and the like. It was nice, but it was my dream to get a better one. One of my very good friends, Larry, Larson, was in the bike business and he had bikes that I could beat on my 70 year old long Long John. I was using them and discussed making something in-between, something modern and Continue reading
This was not the first time I have seen this cargo bike at an event. At the Gigantic Bike Ride in the summer,. they were there again, enjoying the day. Now they were a colourful addition to Tout Autre Chose.
“My union bought the bike so we could make some noise.”
Photographer’s notes: This has to be another generation of thinking. Unions have always been trucks, vans and cars for me. To find a union using a cargo bike was a special find.
The boom box being transported was exceptional. Reminds me there are a few reasons to own a cargo bike. It is not just about carrying stuff from here to there.