Perhaps the most unconventional load I’ve seen transported by a Big Dummy.
What’s the craziest thing you’ve transported on a cargo bike?
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I carry my daughter. She’s pretty strange.
How about a Pelican case with cameras, strobes, lightstands, a stepladder, wooden chair and 3 foot inflatable globe :)
Besides all the [Clip-n-Seals we carry with Bettie](http://bikehugger.com/2007/05/bettie_delivers.htm), date nights attract the most attention. Pam (the mutha hugga) and I will ride to our local restaurant and back together
Not necessarily a cargo bike, but my burley flatbed has transported many things. I used to keep a log of things it’s transported. It’s toted my son’s tenor saxophone to school many days, cardboard and other recyclables, computers and monitors, you name it!
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