go and surfed, inadvertently some cargo type bikes will turn up. Some functional, some aesthetically pleasing even if the human powered aspect of moving it is not a priority. Well some are simply everything, functional and nice to look at with sparkling bits and attention to the minutest detail.. Aka Bling Bling.
Couple weeks back I was running errands and came across a gelato cargo trike at T1.
Lovely paint work and since I asked to take some photos, felt obliged that I should grab a cup of those. "Hazelnut please"
I doubt its gonna be moving around much, save at the end of the day be pushed back into storage somewhere inside the mall..
|Nice subtle classic color theme of black, beige polish silver and tinge of gold.|
|...but I really had the impulse to walk up and tidy up that jangled mess of tangled wires... oh well.|
And was reading this tonight... and WOW... In a culture steeped with wheels, yea gotta really hand it to the Dutch ;)
|Picture taken from the site http://www.bakfiets-en-meer.nl/2010/05/14/espresso-en-bakfietsen/|
Was daydreaming about having a really nice spiffed up cargo trike that day but knowing its impossible living on a flood-safe (self-consolation kicking in) 8th level apartment. So spooning off the last of the $5.50 cup of hazelnut gelato... twas time for me to get back on my absoUglylutely but practical Marketo-One that will make even any would-be thief turn up their nose.
|Quite a "haul" for the day's errand too..|