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    Check me out... Bakfiets with a bike rack.

    Oh, yeah.

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    • tklop
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      My ridiculousness may know no bounds...

      (If I want to, I can fit one on each side, actually, and the weight would be more symmetrical... But it's a trike. It can handle it. No land speed records will be attempted while "piggybacking").

      But yeah. I can swap with my ex's for a "loaner bike" while I do some work on hers...

      One of my daughters gets hurt or tired, or needs to leave her bike somewhere, now--even carless--no problem.

      The side position does make me wider, but not a lot wider.

    • calfee20
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      It is obvious the Bakfiets is your truck

    • tklop
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      It is my truck!

      :-)

    You are out of control, tklop. :-)

    Bakfiets is a serious gear hauler!

    Jose

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    • tklop
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      Thanks, Jose!

      Oh, I really do love my bakfiets!

      Ah--but you know... You really do... After all, you've got that Cyclone powered Specialized beast too!

      Cyclones = grin-making goodness.

    You need to take that rig to this years Tour De Crash.... but the way its been going so far 2 spare bikes may not be enough.

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    • tklop
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      That's a fun idea! Living in The Netherlands, it's not utterly impossible either (same continent and all)...

      One day I'd like to get a foldable/collapsible/easily-storable/compact solar-kit (for off-grid camping), with adequate capacity for recharging my bakfiets' batteries.

      Sure--if I'm riding all day--I can't start recharging until dawn breaks on the following day--so that might mean two-days-per-campground for international cross-country adventures... But really? That might wind up just right--in terms of backside endurance.

      I have a lot of whacky ideas "on file" for my bakfiets... And cross-country adventures are on that list!

    I have been thinking of adding one of these to the solar set-up on my RV. https://www.lensunsolar.com/Products...product_id=381

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    • tklop
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      Interesting... I'm gonna bookmark that!
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