Monthly Archives: September 2012

Paris Article (Dave Feucht posted on September 25th, 2012 ) and have shared a few emails and photos. We have similar goals and a passion for cargo bikes. PCBM is our cargo bike cousin across the water. Our plan is to guest post on each other’s web site, introducing ourselves if you will. Here is our post for Paris Cargo Bikes Meeting, not yet translated to French.

Ethan Jewett Photo for Paris Article TRANSPORTLAND

A warm greeting to our fellow cargo bike riders in beautiful Paris, care of Paris Cargo Bike Meeting. We look forward to learning about your cargo bike scene. Read the rest of this entry >>

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Wheel American Family (wittco posted on September 22nd, 2012 )

Obligatory video post of family. We roll on many wheels.

This is an example of when we will carry our kids on our cargo bikes. Usually our kids ride their own bikes because we believe in supporting their independence as kids on bikes. However, this outing had some tricky traffic areas and we had a time frame for the the distance we traveled. Read the rest of this entry >>

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Baiku (wittco posted on September 18th, 2012 )


Sunday marked the 2012 Fiets of Parenthood, the third manifestation of the family cargo bike event. (photos) and more (photos)

This year’s Fiets of Parenthood (PDX) featured a BAIKU station, beautifully set up on Shetha Nolke‘s Bilenky.

A baiku is a haiku with the topic being bikes. Haikus come in many forms, each adhering to different syllable counts on each line, but typically we know a haiku to have a 5-7-5 syllable count.

Grab your coffee and delve into these beauties. Read the rest of this entry >>