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9:47PM

Why I Love My Cycle Truck 

Here are a couple more reasons why the Cycle Truck is still one of my favorite bikes. Basically because it's so useful.Carrying a frame to Fedex

People I pass always double-take when I've got something large on the front of my Cycle Truck. People often point, and laugh, or nod their heads. I like the head-nodders because I think they're saying to themselves, "That makes sense. I want to do that!"

 

Cycle Truck and Chop Saw

If I didn't have this bike, I'd have to drive the half mile to the shipping office, or I wouldn't be able to carry my chop saw home to work on the house. I've ridden people on the front, to take them or pick them up from the train. I even had to deliver my shop mate, Chris Igleheart, to the hospital after he was hit by a car. Cycle Truck as gurney. Fortunately, he's back in action now. 

Countless times, countless uses, it's so liberating not to have to drive.

 

7:22AM

Cycle Truck Review

Bicycle Times The most recent Bicycle Times reviewed the Ahearne Cycle Truck. All in all it's favorable: they seemed to enjoy the bike, and they clearly got the point of what its intended uses are. I won't say too much here; you ought to read the article.

Bicycle Times Review pg. 1

 

 Bicycle Times Review pg. 2