1. ENJOY THE BIKE RIDE
Cargo bike riding is an invitation for your family to slow down, localize, and connect with your surroundings.
2. YOUR ROUTE FOR THE DAY
Make sure the streets you are riding on are bike-friendly and safe. Scenic routes are more pleasant. Thankfully, in Long Beach, we have a bike path on the beach and many bike-friendly residential streets. Unless you have an electric cargo bike, I suggest avoiding routes with hills.
3. ESTABLISH A RELATIONSHIP WITH A BIKE SHOP
Unless you live in Amsterdam or Portland, most likely you will be one of the few families with a cargo bike in your community (though I foresee this changing in the next few years). Form a relationship with a shop that knows how to meet your bike’s needs in a timely manner.
4. CLEAN OUT YOUR BIKE AT THE END OF THE DAY
I’ve found that, at the end of the day, the inside of the cargo bike can get quite dirty from shoes, dust, snacks, or small water spills. Proactive maintenance includes cleaning and caring for it.
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