A while back when I was putting together my first look at the Tern GSD I went to G&O and measured a whole bunch of cargo bikes. Shortly thereafter I started getting requests for that information so I put it into a Google doc so that it could be edited by other people and accessed…… Continue reading Cargo bike measurements
Inspired by my friend Lindsey over at LindseyBikes I thought I would go ahead and delve into this topic while I’m stuck in the middle of it. There will be a lot of bodily fluid/anatomy discussion in this post because thats what real life with a period is. Even if you don’t have a period…… Continue reading Biking while female: period products
Long time, no update, but as you’ll see from this post there has been a lot going on in our lives. The Packster turned 1 year old back in May. I put ~3500 miles on the first engine (before the replacement due to the light/wiring malfunction) and had put >600 on the new engine, for…… Continue reading Bikiversary
I’ve had some interesting discussions since my cost comparison post and wanted to explore some other aspects of it. One thing I didn’t really touch on in my original post is how we funded the cargo bike purchases in the first place. Lindsey over at This Mom Bikes took a good look at how her…… Continue reading Does biking save money when you need to keep the car?
With kids it seems like you are constantly dealing with some kind of regression. Sleep is going fine and then suddenly they regress. They’re eating a wide variety of foods and then they regress to only a few favorites. Over the winter we experienced something that seemed like a bike-related regression with H. As the…… Continue reading Bike regressions
I LOVE my Packster. But nothing is perfect. Over a few thousand miles with a bike problems crop up that aren’t obvious in the first weeks or months of ownership. I think it’s good to come back around and talk about those things so people have an idea of longer term reliability and issues they…… Continue reading Troubles in paradise
There are plenty of breakdowns of this type out there and I’m not trying to reinvent the wheel. I just want to give what these numbers look like for us because it’s something that has been on our minds a lot while we made decisions about our future housing options. I think it’s pretty obvious…… Continue reading Cost comparison: e-cargo bike vs car