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Bicycle Sidecar

Collection by David O

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Carrying your load with your bike can’t be difficult, you need to use a cargo bike or a sidecar bike just like this unit from Horse. This Sidecar Bicycle Velo Retro, Velo Vintage, Vintage Bicycles, Velo Design, Bicycle Design, Motorcycle Design, Motorcycle Style, Custom Motorcycles, Custom Bikes

SIDE CAR BICYCLE / SURF / WORK — horse

The Sidecar Bicycle is a stout three wheeler with a hardwood flatbed and a small 12" wheel. Here at Horse, we use it for work and for play. It's perfect for hauling packages around town, but after hours we throw a surfboard or two on her and cruise down to the beach. It has approximately a 100lb load capacity = 3 large dogs. Made entirely of super strong chromoly alloy steel, this bike was built strong and Horse tough. The bike is sized with a small seat 52 cm tube, so most anyone…

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HERCULES sidehack

HERCULES sidehack - posted in Riding, Research & Collecting: i just wanted to give you guys a sneak peek at me and truly odds new HERCULES sidehack design. designed in cooperation with Ben Ward from ODYSSEY, the frame is a SUNDAY 2nd wave, 21" tt, built in chain tensioners, mid bb, and its the 1st hack to have laser cut dropouts on the sidecar that match the frame. the rendering shows it combined with the ODYSSEY director fork... and a BONUS! the front tire clears both directio...

One year has passed since I built my first sidecar bike, and now I am on my third. I have been attracted to the sidecar setup ever since Velo Design, Bicycle Design, Bicicleta Tandem, Bici Retro, Bike With Sidecar, Bike Cargo Trailer, Bicycle Engine Kit, Velo Cargo, Bike Cart

One year of sidecar bicycles

One year has passed since I built my first sidecar bike, and now I am on my third. I have been attracted to the sidecar setup ever since 2009, when I began driving an imported India rickshaw here in Athens. First off, the Raja Royal was super heavy, and probably should not have been driven anywhere but on the bike path. Navigating steep hills was either toilsome on the way up or unstoppably fast on the way down. But besides the drawbacks of working with and on such a bulky and foreign…