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Well folks since receiving the 21 Speed Yuba Mundo a few months ago I have not had nearly enough time on it! Seriously, I
am so stoked about this rig I keep letting other folks use it. Over the
past few months the Yuba has been at a local bike shop at bike shows,
it has spent time as a grocery getter and bar hopper and now is
currently my farm mule.

A few words on it’s performance, when loading heavy objects it is much easier (think more stable) to load the side loaders first, this allows a lower center of gravity and you fight the balance issues
better. Keep plenty of straps or bungee cords on hand because given the
massive cargo capacity you will constantly be loading this thing up
with a bunch of stuff initially you would have never considered on a
bike. For instance at the bike show we had 2 full sized kegs on the
bike, 1 on the side loader secured with the Yuba webbing and the other
INSIDE the Go Getter bag…yes INSIDE it!!!

One thing that is definitely necessary if you plan on utilizing this as it was intended is the Stand Alone Kickstand and the Utility Deck. The Go Getter Bag is definitely a worthwhile investment as well, and although you may want a set to help balance the load I really like strapping a milk
crate or two to the other side and using that.

More as I get time.

Cheers and Beers,


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Comment by Allen Beauchamp on April 6, 2010 at 5:37pm
Yes...that absolutely *was* the Bristol Keg Bike at the Peak Region Bike show :-)

Props to Yuba, CS West Bikes, Bristol Brewing for making it happen!

Comment by Randi Hitchcock on April 6, 2010 at 11:14am
I'm not for sure, I didn't get to go this year...but if Steve was around then YES! hehe
Comment by Brian McCarrie on April 6, 2010 at 10:54am
Wasn't that the keg bike at the Peak Region Cyclist bike show?
Comment by Pikes Peak Sports on April 6, 2010 at 10:32am
The tools of the modern farmer...a John Deere and the Yuba Mundo. Love it.

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