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Looks good. It seems like the money spent buying a tandem [they aren't cheap] could be put toward buying a cargo bike though.


no need for a community college welding class. checkout smartflix, they have instructional videos for all welding disciplines. combine a good video with a decent book (how to weld, Bridigum) and maybe a friend who already knows the skill and you should be able to get the basics down quickly enough.


absolutely love the conversion you did on this thing! Doesn't look jankey at all, and combines the best of both worlds of the panniers vs. trailer debate for touring.


My wife and I were pretty well known on our local bike routes for a while, but as things are falling apart, I've been faced with the idea that I'll be having to sell the Santana.
If I move into an apartment not far from work, however, I could pull the stoker seatpost and handlebars out, and maybe even mount up an "electric stoker"
With so much potential surface area, I should be able to carry a full touring load, while maybe even keeping some solar panels on top.

I/we used to tour and do club rides quite a bit, but health issues and other factors would make getting back to it without some sort of boost a bit tough.

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