Jan 11 2010

Bullitt makes Cover of Velo Vision

It’s no secret around here that Velo Vision Magazine pays attention to what’s happening in the cycling world and to see the latest issue’s (#36) cover is sweet. The Cover picture sells a story by Richard Peace in which he critiques 3 cargo bikes after having tested all three rather extensively.

Richard Peace on a Larry vs. Harry Bullitt

There’s a whole lot of fun in Velo Vision #36. We’re pretty partial to the Richard’s review of three cargo bikes that he tested. The cargo bikes he rode were the Larry vs. Harry Bullitt, Madsen kg271 and a Yuba Mundo.

Here are a few Headlines of Velo Vision #36

Workbikes special! Richard Peace puts three two-wheel load-carriers through real-world tests. Under the spotlight are the Bullitt Clockwork, the Madsen kg271 and the Yuba Mundo, the last with an Ezee electric assist system.
Dropping in on dealers: another three reports from specialist dealers across the country: London Recumbents, Futurecycles, Bikes and Trailers. What you’ll find if you visit yourself…
Review: Villiers custom frame. It’s here at last – a lovely test bed bike frame built by Paul Villiers to our own Velo Vision design. We look back on the custom ordering process, and the end result.
Review: Catrike Dash. This medium-sized recumbent trike for teens or for the shorter rider is put through its paces by riders who appreciate its proportions…
Review: FreeParable T1 Trailer. An impressive new bike trailer from Taiwan which transforms into a smart, baggage-handler-proof suitcase.
Short reviews: Books, chains, trousers, bells, puncture fluid…
Reader bikes: Streetmachine recumbent, doing up a DIY trike…
Report: London show: A brief reports on new products at Cycle 2009.
Feature: Touring with dogs: How lack of pet-sitters led a couple to tour with two dogs on board – and how they cope.
Regular features: News, Letters, and the best specialist advertising!

Posted by Luke in Bike Culture, News



Comments Off

Comments are closed at this time.