How’s yours coming along?
Stolen Bullitt , taken from Streatham area
;) haha that association in the tunnel i know.... i am part of the founders!
there is also another one dedicated to cargo bikes also at tunnel, my problem is more the time i dont have.... one kid already and another on the way coming june....
WOW WOOOOOW this lookds awesome!!!!!! :)
Haha nice. In case there’s an omnium under 2k on anibis or tutti I think
Yeah, there's a non-wifi version here in Zurich, trying to convince myself that I don't need it atm^^
There's also a blinged out Mini-Max wifi somewhere in Vaud for around 3k I think.
Still sitting unbuilt in the garage. Need to get around to it!
Not quite cargo bikes, but I just ordered a Carry Freedom Y Large.
Id like to get a folding 800x600 eurocrate to go with it, the 'offical one' is stupidly over priced at £145
More so when you consider its 'just' an Auer which I can get direct from the manufacters for £100 less
Does anyone know of a good place to get one, or something of similar quality in the UK please?
Ah thanks, I trawled through their site before but some how missed it! Cheers!
Alas not in stock for 8 weeks and doesnt have a lid :(
Is there an e-CB in the market with a long base (to carry one to 1 ½ person) and low CG around £3k? Everything I fancy seems to be high £4k?
Something like this?
Maybe some search terms in here would be useful.
site seems to be blocked for uk users
You can't even browse? Bummer.
Anyway, plastic shipping /storage/reusable tote crate might be some terms that help.
These are crates that couriers sometimes use.
I've got one. Same use purpose. Rattled a lot and lets water in, but if you need a folding crate I can't see much better option. Swapped it for a solid crate. Might be too pricey to ship from Norwich though.
Not sure if they stock it but I had good euro crate experiences with toteboxes.co.uk and Plastic Mouldings Northern Ltd.
A second for totebox. not had folding from them, but their pallet boxes are good and strong, oh and cheap.
I've had a few folding crates and they always seem to break. Unless essential I'd stick to a regular box.
With hindsight, even with the kids in, I’d get a breadbox type one next time with holes in - the 800x600 crate I posted above weighs 5.5kg alone, plus 35kg of child.
Not really. I went through a journey of becoming numb to the price and upped my budget. 2nd hand might fit the budget.
Thanks, that's what I should do, maybe first rent some etc. or keep an eye on 2nd hands.
Thanks for the advice all!
@TvH I'd happily buy yours if its cheap and your're looking to shift it, if not, space isnt really a limitation now I have garages at my disposal - i suspose I dont need to bother with it being folding.
Looking to get rid of both it and the solid lidded crate, message me on insta or something and we can try and work out how to shift them
Second hand market is pretty strong. Reckon it tends to be around 75-80% of the price without the warranty.
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