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THE CARGOBIKEDEMYSTIFIED HARRY VS. LARRY BULLIT Originating from Denmark but available through dealers across the U.S. the Long John Bullit is a super stable and surprisingly light ride. The speedy Bullits standard alumi- num frame can be customized to meet your unique cargo carrying needs. Powered by an experience of pushing forward the bikes cargo platform sits low in front of the rider making stuff or your kids visible and manageable. Base model 2300 24 BikeLife Tucson W hen you hear the term cargo bike what comes to mind An aptly bearded hipster pushing a case of craft beer on the front bed of his custom built long-john The cool mom who week after week tows her kiddos to the farmers market secured to the deck of her Xtracycle The perception that only a highly dedicated class of cyclist can travel as such creates a misnomer of the term cargo bike. Anyone can ride a cargo bike because any bike can be a cargo bike. Wear a backpack and boom beard or no beard youre carrying cargo by bike. Since most people already own a backpack this is the most simplistic and inexpensive way to carry cargo on your bike. But if you dont want to be the mule that shoulders the cargo there are lots of cargo carrying products out there that can help to lighten the load from your back. Individual bike travel needs are diverse. You may have to experiment to discover a cargo- carrying set-up that works for you and your family. Whether youre haul- ing beer produce or kids once you understand your options youll be shuttling family members and running errands in no time. This cascade of options can hone your focus to ride with cargo. Wear a backpack Strap bags directly to your bike Add racks or a basket to your bike Add panniers to your racks Attach a do-it-yourself DIY long tail to your bike Buy a full blown cargo bike Add an electric motor to your bike or get a bike that already has one Use a detachable bike trailer By BLAIR YOUNG DAX BURGOS