- Petaluma, CA
I just know it as a Big Dummy. What distinguishes a BFD? I just purchased another cargo bike today. It is a Kona. It will be my fourth cargo conversion in about a month. I am still working on my second Yuba Mundo. Almost done. It had rim brakes! I could only fit a 160mm rotor on the front because of the fender stay but the back now has a 203, which after getting a motor will make it meet the current SF market demand. The gap in demand for a Used acoustic cargo with rim brakes and a Restored cargo bike with a mid-drive and disc brakes is huge in the SF Bay Area. Without a motor these bikes are anemic monsters. Kind of useless given the hills. With a motor you can sell your second car.Nice build.
Is that the Surly big fat dummy?