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Bike cargo trailers are amazing tools for getting more out of a bicycle -- and keeping you a out of your car. In all their variety, bike cargo trailers are the perfect tools for hauling stuff by bike.

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Heavy Load of Veggies in the Croozer Cargo

I really enjoy seeing bikes like this one pictured here that embrace the best of a variety of current trends in the cycling industry. The bike is a custom frame hand-built by Steve Garro of Coconino Cycles here in Flagstaff. With a Surley Pugsley wheel up front and a standard wheel in back, the bike has balloon tire front suspension. The owner of this bike mostly uses it for touring with his setup of front and rear Old Man Mountain Cold Springs racks. For around town, the Croozer Cargo does the job of hauling things like a cooler full of groceries home from the farmer’s market.

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One Response to Heavy Load of Veggies in the Croozer Cargo
  1. [...] funny. Then I got to looking at the Cold Springs front rack my friend Taylor has mounted on his bad ass Coconino and after a little measuring realized that the height and width of the front Cold Springs without [...]

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