CETMA Cargo bikes and racks are built by hand without automation, mechanized assembly, robots, lasers, sorcery, superpowers, or psychic beavers.
Peter Stackpole - Rita Hayworth trying out some new tricks on her bicycle during 10-mile trip w. friends through the hills, Westwood, 1940.
Looks like the one Bicycle Times was sharing the other day with the adjustable stem to accommodate large cargo on the porter rack. It’s really all the transportation most people need. It’s beautiful.
Here’s a perfect demonstration of why front-loader cargo bikes are ideally suited for young passengers. Mom can interact with the kids while they’re safe and secure in their seats. The center of gravity is low and it’s easy to balance. The kids can look around and enjoy the view. It’s simple, safe, and meaningful.