Installing the The LIFT Cargo Bike

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I had the opportunity to spend sometime with The LIFT Cargo Bike, and it’s founder, Scott Taylor. In this video I’ll show you my second attempt ever to install, and remove the LIFT from this Giant Seek. Once the parts are properly installed on your “donor” bike it really is as easy as it looks!

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3 Comments on “Installing the The LIFT Cargo Bike”

  1. I am SOOOOOOO excited about the LIFT. I have seen others try this before (with very different attachments) but it always looked incredibly complicated and as though it would be such a difficult process. This is so fantastic! In the past, I’ve talked myself out of a cargo bike because of not wanting to have yet another bike to store. While this still requires storage space, the cost is significantly lower and I don’t need to neglect my bike because of a new addition – I can just use what I have. Kudos to Scott! I cannot see how this wouldn’t be a huge success.

    1. Thanks G.E.! As you can tell I am equally excited. This won’t replace our Bullitt and how we use it, but it will be perfect for 98% of people interested in front loading cargo.

  2. This is pretty cool. One question: do you think a bike trailer would affect the ridability a little less? I kind of get the impression that it would be easier to steer??

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