Thursday, October 6, 2011

Precious cargo

Our buddy, Jason, was riding his new Kona "cargo bike" home from the grocery store, eggs in the blue cooler and groceries in the orange bag. But his best cargo is son Matthew!


15 comments:

  1. Those bike accessories are quite amazing. I wonder how much weight it adds to the bike (excluding his son, of course). Good to see fathers out with their children!

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  2. Lovely title and lovely photo of a sunny autumn day- good to see them wearing helmets.

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  3. That is the cutest cargo I've ever seen! What a great couple of smiles! :D

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  4. Excellent way to do his bit for the environment, have some exercise AND spend time with his son..it's all good! Great shot Leif.

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  5. Good for him. If I were steering there would be scrambled eggs on the road!
    V

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  6. Isn't it good to see bicycle manufacturers coming up with accessories to make bikes more useful in today's world?

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  7. Aww...cute. I'd like to ride like that (as the passenger)!

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  8. That is the best precious cargo.

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  9. Great shot. Neat personal touch from Eagan.

    Darryl and Ruth :)

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  10. Matthew looks to be enjoying the ride. Very nice all around.

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  11. That is really cool - I need one!

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  12. Great street shot!
    A very nice father and son image!!
    Kjempebra!

    God helg til deg og dine!

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  13. Am I right? Does the bike have a registration plate? Is it just for fun or do you need one on your bikes?

    (the cutest cargo ever!)

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