Occasionally, we pull an article from around the web-o-sphere because we feel that it is a particularly enlightening or interesting article for people interested in cargo bikes and expanding the conception of what is possible to do by bike. This article by punk astronomer Doug Reilly fits the bill. He uses science to help people… Read more »
Chickens and a Bicycle The children in this video are extremely articulate about the choices they and their parents have made to live more sustainably. For more information, please go to the Transition Town Cheltenham website.
Yuba ridin’ momma Elle Bustamante of Tiny Helmets, Big Bikes got interviewed for participating in the Cool California Challenge. The shocked and amazed look the reporter keeps giving her blue Mundo makes this video totally worth watching.
Periodically we barrow a bit of content from the blogosphere. This is a post from Tiny Helmets Big Bikes about how to install a sunshade on the Peanut Shell from Yuba rindin’ momma, Elle B. First ride of the day, Little Brother got to pretend to be Big Brother. He loved the change of scenery.… Read more »
Yuba riders are an intrepid lot. You are constantly finding new and inspiring uses for the bikes. Here are before and after pictures from a Yuba rider, who used her bike to transport a trade show booth to an event she had. She got an impressive amount of stuff on the bike (and apparently still… Read more »
Recently, many of our customers have been asking how the Peanut Shell compares to other bicycle child seat options, such as the Yepp Maxi. Safety Upon inspecting both child seat options, it was clear that the designers were focused on the child’s safety. Both seats fit children up to 48 lbs (22kg) and featured… Read more »