Introducing the Bakfiets


I don’t have inspiration for anything right now, at least not for anything upbeat, which it is time for after a few rants. But here’s an amazing woman in Portland who cycles around six kids in a bakfiets. (Yep, apparently they’ve adopted the Dutch word. So much better than apartheid!)

Most of those kiddos would be cycling on their own by now in Holland, but I wouldn’t let my kid cycle in American traffic either. But to then get a bakfiets instead of a minivan? Wow! That takes guts, and a hell of a lot of muscle!

4 responses to “Introducing the Bakfiets

  1. Ik kan de foto niet zien? En als ik dan naar de link kijk, staat er dit:

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  2. Ehr, ok dan heb ik het zeker helemaal verkeerd gelezen:
    But “here’s” (<-link) an amazing woman in Portland who cycles around six kids in a bakfiets. Die bedoelde ik 🙂

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