An EdgeRunner with stock, cut-down, and super short racks.
Deck Height: How Low Can You Go?
The EdgeRunner has a 20" rear wheel to help keep the weight of the bike and cargo low. This puts the deck inches lower than a Radish, but what if you wanted to get lower? We've tested out all the options between full height racks and super short ones and here’s the full scoop on rack height.
Supermarket Street Sweep is an annual alleycat that raises food and funds for the San Francisco Food Bank. Part race, part cargo hauling challenge, it sends participants on bikes to purchase as much food as they can carry from local supermarkets to donate the SF Food Bank. In years past we've seen incredible feats of hauling, with last year's competitors pulling in a total of almost FOUR TONS of food.
We've supported this event since it's inception. This year we're honored to be able to provide the Grand Prize, an EdgeRunner frameset in the color (Zone Blue, Suede, Black) of your choice.
The EdgeRunner is our first full-frame cargo bike. It has an optional electric assist for making it up hills or getting to school on time. Ross takes you through the bike in the video below, and highlights some of the advantages of having a smaller rear wheel.
During Interbike 2013, Ross gave Electric Bike Report the inside scoop on some of the great things we're rolling out soon. Check out the rest of the series here!