5.12.2009


I discovered MADSEN Cargo Bikes on Bliss today, and fell in love.
Think of all the shoes I could haul home from the mall...
One thing is for sure. That bike is magic. Look how happy they all look. Those kids can actually sit in a small space together without touching and kicking each other. Whatever they have is what I want.
You can try to win one too!

8 comments:

Chris said...

Funny, I was just looking at similar bikes online a few days ago. There's a tri-wheel bike like this on Wal-Mart and other websites, but definitely not with this much storage. Very cool!

Amy said...

I just found your blog from your comment about Simple Shoes on Unruly Things and I think it, and your photographs, are really lovely, so I linked you, I hope you don't mind!
-Amy

Georgia B. said...

hilarious--the shoes comment.

how adorable is that bike? i don't have kids, so i would have to use it for shoes. even grocery shopping!

apples for poppy anne said...

Love your blog and love that bike!
Unfortunately for me it isn't open to us Canadian folk. boo.
Love love love you photos!
e.

Alison @ Cluck and Tweet said...

Theoretically I can see myself pedalling down to our nearby farm market, filling the cart with produce (and maybe a stray sheep or two), my two lovely, but older children following closely behind, a bluebird whistling in my ear...but realistically I would wobble all over the road, scream at my kids to watch where they're going so they don't get flattened by on-coming traffic, and then spill anything and everything, including the sheep and myself, onto the road. I don't think I really like this bike. I do love your photography, however.

Cicada Studio said...

Have been seeing this all over the web these days. I got a Simple 7 last year, so I can't indulge (but could if I would).

Mr. Beer Belly said...

That bike could hold a lot of beer and ice! I wonder if they make a "male" version where there is a top tube and a manly color like red. Bud red.

Jaimee said...

I remember an Aunt of mine having a bike like that in Germany. She would ride into town at the crack of dawn and get breakfast for us all - and 75 yrs. old at that!

I really want one - although, the hills here might be a problem!