18 June 2009

Fixie Coolville Goes to Stockholm


Last November I blogged about The World's First Fixie Cargo Bike - my Coolville Bullitt by Larry vs Harry. Some photos dropped into the inbox this morning from Andreas in Stockholm. After reading about the bike on Copenhagenize.com, he decided that he simply must own it. So he hopped on the X2000 express train to Copenhagen and bought it. There was little argument. He was itching for it.

Finally I get to see my baby in the Swedish capital, where Andreas is a bike messenger. Thanks for the photos, Andreas, you madman! :-)


Andreas also participated in the 14th European Cycle Messenger Championships 2009 and came in 5th on his Bullitt in the cargo bike race.


Here's a little film from the ECMC 09 with focus on the cargo bike category.

Damn, I wish I could have been there.

4 comments:

henryinamsterdam said...

It's a great looking bike but it missed being the first fixie cargo bike by at least 130 years. In fact almost ALL cargo bikes had a fixed wheel until coaster brakes gradually replaced them during the 1920's through 1950's.

Here in this 1933 Dutch "transportfiets" (cargo bike) race the competitors are riding fixies:
http://www.bakfiets-en-meer.nl/2009/01/13/transportfiets-race-in-bussum-1933/

Just nitpicking...

Mikael said...

yes, yes, we've all come to understand 'your way'... :-)

thanks for the link! cool.

Bullitt said...

and i now a french guy who lead the Bullitt team to the 4th place. :)

club wheel and dj coffee said...

june 2008
toronto
cycle messenger world championships
freight bike class
won by me :erik ZO
on a
FIXED gear double 20" Hunter Cycles
"freight travel" bike and a TRAILER
made on the islands the championships took place on.. I was able to give 4 people a tour of the course at once on this setup..