The Grocery Getter

Jan 2, 2017
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Well, I didn't have a definite plan recorded on paper but in the back of my mind, I envisioned a bicycle frame and a shopping cart should be able to be morphed into something at least rideable and provide some capability to transport cargo (of some sort). So here is my rendition of a "not the same old, same old cargo bike..."

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https://r.tapatalk.com/shareLink?sh...reads/The-Grocery-Getter.103147/&share_type=t


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Mar 26, 2012
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Troy, the work you did with your shopping cart baskets in the rear is amazing! Add some close-ups behind your top pic to show the detail.

It's just my opinion, but I would ditch the front green basket. It detracts from all the cool mods and custom frame work you did on this bike. Mount your 'child caution ' red sign on the front of the handlebars and call it good!

Very inventive and unique build idea / design!
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Jan 2, 2017
322
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Cottam, Ontario, Canada
Troy, the work you did with your shopping cart baskets in the rear is amazing! Add some close-ups behind your top pic to show the detail.

It's just my opinion, but I would ditch the front green basket. It detracts from all the cool mods and custom frame work you did on this bike. Mount your 'child caution ' red sign on the front of the handlebars and call it good!

Very inventive and unique build idea / design!
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Yes, I agree. The front basket bounces all over when riding it and really doesn't have any load bearing capacity because the plastic is so flexible. I think I have another "plate" I can use from the original cart to use on the front.


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