09 January 2012

Copenhagen Cargo Bike Culture


A little film about cargo bike culture in Copenhagen, featuring Andreas Røhl, the head of the Bicycle Office in Copenhagen, Christiania Bikes and Larry vs Harry.

4 comments:

shuichi said...

A to B, how long distance from A to B ? I guess it would be within two kilometers with a comfortable ride for a cargo biker. (Of course, it would depend on every situation.)

Robert Alverson said...

I can't speak for the video, but I live in Oakland and commute about five miles (8 km) on a 52 lb cargo bike with varying amounts of cargo. I make it to work faster than my co-workers with cars, slower than those with road bikes or vespas.

One of these days I'll get a Bullitt, and beat the folks on vespas into work. :p

misster-PISSTA said...
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misster-PISSTA said...

N san francisco no point is more tham 45 minutes away by bike WITH 180 pound cargo : subtract at least 15 minutes for a empty bike. However with our hills the rider must have some knowledge of flat routes and bikes that are un-ergonomic or heavy ,which might work well in flatter places are only candidates for electrifaction..which in my eyes is still better than the space taken up by automobile . Anything bike 60 pounds dry is doable citywide if you have low gears...