Good to have friends that are as nutty as I am. After seeing this monster set up out on the road I just had to set up an Alliance with Aqueduct Logistics…
Wow, I past this family on the bike-way at west 30th street this morning.I had to turn around and get a few pictures.I don’t know where they’re from and didn’t want to start asking a million questions,so I just took a few pictures for you guys! They were waiting and waiting and waiting to cross.
They thought there’d be a bicycle signal!
I had to rescue them
Urban Mobility Adbikes at Tribceca Film Festival Street Fair
Everyone is always happy to see us cruzin around NYC streets!
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W0W…Warm weather is back!
I actually did a couple of delivery’s with no trailer.I decided to pop the sock, man this is just an amazing ride.
BodySockin down the Hudson River Bike-way is freekin awesome!
I think I’m the only one that notices the Zip Tie Project…
Zip Ties on my body sock tower
I finally installed my Ragtop Canopy on the Urban Brute the recumbent trike that I use for Small Haul NYC cargo bike service in lower Manhattan. I was able to install the Ragtop in high winds and driving rain by myself. It took about 15 minutes to get it all lashed down and ready to go.
I was really happy to have finally installed it on the Urban Brute, yet a little weary about going out in the really stormy weather that we often get in Battery Park City, but it held up really well.
I can highly recommend this product for any of you that are slightly bent. With the addition of a front fairing you should be able to ride in anything Mother Nature dishes out!
If you’d like to give one a test ride on your own bike, by appointment, come down with your Bent and I’ll install it for you! Use it for a couple hours and see how you like it.
You can purchase the Ragtop Canopy right here on our website!
Oh yeah… BTW
If you’re in Downtown Manhattan and are in need of a local delivery feel free to contact Small Haul NYC through this website as well!
These couple of days have brought everyone out on the bikeway. From cargo bikers to the physically challenged!
Look inside the trailer!
Even though I was out with friends and family I just couldn’t resist snapping some photos!
Caught this Vita Coco Media Truck in midtown….I really liked the wrap job.
I think these Media Cycles stand up very nicely to the truck wrap and they’re much more Urban Friendly!
One of our first partners, Recumbent Rag Tops recently sent us one of their products to use.
It took about one hour to open the package and assemble up in the apartment.
Then downstairs for the actual install. That took a mere 30 minutes to complete. Within minutes of done I was road testing.
Of course I jumped on my bike and caught up to see who, what, where…
A couple from France, Angelique & Lionel starting their World Tour in NYC! This was their last ride in NYC before hitting the road, they were on the way to see the Statue of Liberty one more time before exiting Manhattan, not that easy with this rig. Of course I wanted to help as much as I could. Only Angelique spoke English so I pulled them over to look at maps and show them the way to the George Washington Bridge. Realizing it would be a major headache for them to cross the GW with the hairpin turns on the ramp and around the towers. They’d have to disconnect the trailer and walk around each turn. They also planned to go around the bottom of Manhattan and enjoy a trip to the GW on the east side bikeway, NOT! I also knew they would have lots of problems exiting the west side bikeway with the insane killer hills and bridge that crosses the Henry Hudson Parkway at the north end!
I hope I convinced them to take NY Waterways Ferry to Weehawken and ride north to RT 9W and on to Niagara Falls.
They plan on being on the road for three years! We exchanged info and I wished them a great trip.
You can follow them at their blog here… FrogTandem
I heard from them via email they are in Pine Bush, NY.
Amazing what you can find if you just TRY!