Sidecar Bicycle

Why drive when you can pedal?

The Sidecar Bicycle's platform can be mounted with racks and bins. (Horse)

The Sidecar Bicycle, built in Brooklyn, New York, by the Horse Brand Co., is a single-speed commuter whip with an attached third wheel and platform that will hold up 100 pounds of cargo (which is, coincidentally, the weight of a pony keg). With that much hauling capacity, it makes your car damn near obsolete.

The standard build includes a hardwood oak platform that can be mounted with racks and bins. You can also request a platform made from reclaimed Coney Island Boardwalk salvaged from Hurricane Sandy. 

Horse only offers one size frame, with an adjustable seat post and a 57-millimeter top tube. Final touches include Brooks grips and saddle. 


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