You’ve seen bicycles made for one, and have heard that some are built for two. But three?
This week’s bike (or should I say trike) is purpose-made for hauling. It is actually an industrial unit designed for moving parts around on factory floors, and adapted to kid mover by the addition of lights and a bell. It sports an internally geared rear hub with a drum brake. Note the neatly tied double cables from each hand grip/brake lever assembly. I’m guessing there is another set of gears and brakes under the kinderbasket.
Weighing about 60 lb. without cargo, this bike needs relatively flat terrain and a committed rider to get around, both of which are plentiful in the tri-border region!