Quote Originally Posted by Judd View Post
Was that you with the bike with the small front wheel and rack?


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Yes, that was me. It's a Crust Clydesdale fork on a old budget Trek "mountain" bike. Unloaded, the handling is no different than a normal bike, just a little harsh because the fork is so stout. The ride softens up once you get about 20 pounds or two bags of groceries on it. With 7+ gallons of water, it was hard to get started, and called for restrained steering input. I walked it up hills and got off and walked when the path was crowded, because I just couldn't react very fast. For loads under 50 pounds, it's great fun and has a smaller footprint than rear trailer. It's currently my daily commuter.