April 7, 2014
It might take a little bit of work, but not that much considering the rewards.
The Bike Friday Haul-a-Day, our new Cargo Bike, will fit on a some mass transit bus racks.
It fit on the rack in Seattle, and Raz learned on Saturday it will fit on the racks in Portland, Oregon, too [photo above].
The Haul-a-Day is garnering a lot of attention. Here is a great blog post from one of those interested parties who joined us for a test ride session at VeloCult in Portland.
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