Jan 11 2010
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.
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!