Thursday, February 3, 2011

cargo bike corner~you know you want it


Seen recently in Bourke St,this converted tandem.Go on,make an offer.

10 comments:

shuichi said...

Hello. What a weird bicycle! What has been delivered on the wooden cargo? I can not sit my daughter on it^^. So I will give up bitting it.

slow rpm said...

Hello Shuichi San.I've been seeing a few of these home made porteurs lately. I guess they are used for just carrying 'stuff' rather than people!A great,cheap,alternative to an expensive cargo bike.

cheers and have a lovely weekend,

Ian

shuichi said...

Ah, thank you for your answering. I am going to shopping with my families. And I will challenge a full marathon tomorrow. Have a nice weekend you too.

Ben said...

I saw several of these in England, lately. Nifty machines!

slow rpm said...

Hey Ben. Looking at all of these great home made porteurs,I wish I had the ability to build and modify my own frames. One day,perhaps if money,time and a shed permit.sigh

cheers,

Ian

drury woolnough said...

hey hey i'm the creator of this machine. lou can imagine how surprised i was to find the first cargo bike i built posted. thank you to all for your comments and to slow rpm for finding worthy of o photo. If anyone is interested in a custom built bike (cargo or any other style) get in touch with me and we'll see what i can put together for you.
drurywoolnugh@gmail.com or 0410773771
cheers

slow rpm said...

Hey hey to you too,Mr Drury Woolnough. I was holidaying in Sydney when I spotted your wonderful cargo bike.Congratulations on puting together such an excellent machine.I hope you sold it for a good price.

(we never did find Tokyo Bike but did have an excellent coffee at Remy and Lees)

cheers,

Ian

Anonymous said...

Drury Woolnough? The same Drury formerly of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada?

slow rpm said...

Over to you,Drury?

Princess Sparkle Pussy said...

Hey drury, it's been forever!!!
Avontjenn@ gmail.com