Side Car Bicycle by Horse Cycles

Aug 24, 2015

Category: Rides

It’s time to get your dog a pair of aviator goggles since he’s going to be riding shotgun for your next bicycling adventure. The new sidecar bicycle from the designers at Horse promises to be the cargo trike you didn’t know that you were dying to have. Made of a hardwood flatbed sitting atop a 12″ wheel, this gives you a way to pack up your surfboard, a tent, or just take along a couple of dancing girls for your next pedaling adventure.

Made for the active user, the cruiser-style bike attached to the cargo box is equally impressive and making riding with a sidecar look easy and fun, rather than tough and treacherous. If you need further incentive, all of the wood used to make the sidecar is reclaimed from the Coney Island boardwalk so it’s not just useful, it’s a little piece of history. [Purchase]

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