For men who realize that nothing is manlier than using real man-power for transportation: get on a bicycle!
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Started by Jamie Fellrath. Last reply by Brian Splash Jul 6.
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Sorry for the delay getting back to you. Since the price of petrol (gasoline for us Yankees) in Denmark is better than twice the price in California (as of February, $8.22/gallon for the Danes, $3.89/gallon for the Californian), I can see why that type of bike would be popular for tradesmen in a relatively flat, compact country such as Denmark. Not at all hard to fathom, the bike is simply something I've never seen in my part of the world. On the other hand, I do have a bit of trouble comprehending why anyone would want to ride a "fixie" (no brakes, no free wheeling rear wheel--essentially a velodrome racing bike) on the street. I like my brakes, and my lights, and my "skid lid."
Figures. I don't proofread and misspell the very first word! Sorry, BRIAN.
Bian, quite an interesting idea. Two advantages to the set up that I see. First, you can see the child. Second, you can talk to he child while riding without losing track of your riding. It may look a bit odd, but that's just because the bike isn't normally seen
NOW, the criticsm. Where the heck is Dad's helmet? And the bike (and rider) appear to almost totally lack any DOT or state vehicle code required lights or reflectors. Yeah you got brakes, but nothing else visible.
thinking about getting a bullitt cargo bike and fit a child seat to it like the pictured bike so i can take my sone to daycare . has anyone got one with any feedback on one ?
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