So the genesis of this build is a need that has to be filled. What you see on the left is a 10 pound Speed Graphic Camera and it's industrial weighted tripod. I need to haul this around the City and my back and arms will just give out if I carry this on foot. Hence the making of this ride. The goal is to have a small yet capable cargo bike to ride around the city and bring with me on trips. The theme will be inspired by WW2 U-Boats. If you look up 245 on your phone dial: B I K, that's how I chose the name. Hammerfish refers to a camera being called a hammer when we "nail" the shot. The build will start off with proof of concept before any cosmetic steps are taken. I have to fabricate custom carriers for the photo gear and I intend to make it a derailleur bike, Montreal hills oblige. I have most of my parts but I'm missing some stuff. I should be able to start Sunday since we are in for some nice weather. BB conversion I got from Porkchop BMX some time ago. My orphaned B66 Brooks will be used on this build. Modern fork to allow alloy rims and high pressure Hookworms. The bike was originally a 1975 CCM Folder.