baudman wrote:Hmm... so it appears that Heather and barefoot were ahead of their time, and 20" seems to be the wheel size of choice this year?
I'm pondering whether I might be riding a pair of 26"s and a single 20" this year.
She's ridden further on her trail-a-bike, but even the MTB trails we did that day weren't bumpy like the Roobaix cobbles. I'll have to teach her to stand up and let her legs take the punishment. It would be a hard tow up the Koppenberg (if the route goes that way again), but with touring gears it would probably still be easier than my first time on the fixie pigeon.
Still, it would be a very long day of hardcore parenting, and I'm not sure I'm up for that.
The other option I have... there's a couple of degraded 16"ers in a corner of the shed. With some TLC, a very long seatpost and some very tall ape-hanger bars, it might be possible. 20"? That's sooo last year
Otherwise... the cargo bike is always an option... a very real option, as demonstrated by the new Cargo Cycles factory team last year.