Longtail cargo bike project

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Re: Longtail cargo bike project

Post by agniusm » Jun 03 2019 4:00pm

Finished.
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Re: Longtail cargo bike project

Post by docnjoj » Jun 08 2019 2:35pm

Wow! That looks great!
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Re: Longtail cargo bike project

Post by silentflight » Jun 09 2019 6:03pm

Congrats! I've enjoyed all of your various contributions here over the years!

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Re: Longtail cargo bike project

Post by Chalo » Jun 09 2019 7:53pm

That's an admirable project bike. Like most admirable project bikes, I'm sure you thought about what you might change in a next iteration. But this is good.
This is to express my gratitude to Justin of Grin Technologies for his extraordinary measures to save this forum for the benefit of all.

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Re: Longtail cargo bike project

Post by agniusm » Jun 13 2019 2:56pm

Chalo wrote:
Jun 09 2019 7:53pm
That's an admirable project bike. Like most admirable project bikes, I'm sure you thought about what you might change in a next iteration. But this is good.
Ha, suspension! But i probably wont change to that ever as it was stolen. Sad but true. frock those thieves.
I need to electrify lawn tractor and then new project.
This is the end of it.

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Re: Longtail cargo bike project

Post by agniusm » Jun 17 2019 5:00am

The end came to a start. Bike was found with the help of Facebook sharing and people helping. Was ditched and hid in the bush of the same town it was stolen. Spotted accidentally by mother running after kids.
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Replace stolen parts
Fit gps tracker
Fit front suspension fork

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Re: Longtail cargo bike project

Post by Chalo » Jun 20 2019 12:37pm

That's good news!

The last bike of mine that was stolen, was also recovered (but not the custom trailer that was stolen with it). It was away almost a year and a half. Eventually I rebuilt that bike into a capable e-bike for a friend of mine.
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Re: Longtail cargo bike project

Post by agniusm » Jun 22 2019 4:27am

Chalo wrote:
Jun 20 2019 12:37pm
That's good news!

The last bike of mine that was stolen, was also recovered (but not the custom trailer that was stolen with it). It was away almost a year and a half. Eventually I rebuilt that bike into a capable e-bike for a friend of mine.
I remember you are literate in bike mechanics. What would you say if it will make a difference if i invest in front suspension fork, sort of hard tale but long :) ?
It would be complex to implement rear suspension but front is easy

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