Muy Borracho! Cargo Bike

Everyone knows you can’t travel with a cargo bike… Right?

This bakfiet’esque cargo bike made by David Wilson Industries, is not only significantly lighter than a dutch cargo bike, it has an S&S Coupler. This enables you to stuff it in a standard bike travel case. The owner of this bike has peddled Washington, Florida and many points in between. The best part? He’s never at a loss, for a place to stow his half rack of beer. Sounds like bike Nirvana to me.

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I love this bike. I haul everything from my video/photo gear and groceries to three full size oak palattes. Not much beer though…mostly vodka.

You can see some videos of the Muy Borracho in action here

Thanks for the pic.


Hey Daniel thanks for the youtube links. I really enjoyed coming across your unique bike at critical mass. Keep Riding.

How did you address the “bizarro ride of the bakfiets?” I mean those bikes are meant to take product to market and back, not intended to tour. Or say deliver pizza.

I think the reason we go for these cargo bike rides is to simply raise awareness that you can move a sizable about of necessities on a bike. This of course includes trailers and any sort of rack you can get on a bike.

As to touring we have been talking about taking the cargo bikes up the John Wayne Trail.


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