Cargo Bike/Trailer Presentation (Long Beach)

Come to Portfolio Coffeehouse in Long Beach, next Tuesday, Nov. 16, 11:30-1pm, to check out the latest in European cargo bikes.  Four retail districts are planning to acquire bikes and trailers for their “BFD’s” (bike friendly retail districts).  Flying Pigeon Bikes of Los Angeles will be presenting and answering questions.

  • Charlie Gandy

    Thanks, Damien for the cargo bike plug. Our BFD’s are excited about this euro stuff. Localism lives in Long Beach!

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