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It’s officially the season for hauling Xmas trees by bike

A mom and kid posing in front of a family cargo bike with a christmas tree in a trailer.My wonderful spouse Kelli hauled both a tree and a kid home.

I definitely want to see your Seattle tree-by-bike photos. Tag them #SEAbikes if you post photos on social media. Or email them to me and I’ll add them to this post. [email protected]

UPDATE: Here’s reader Duncan with two kids and a tree. Love it.

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A person biking with two kids on a longtail cargo bike plus a tree in a burley trailer. And, of course, you don’t need a cargo bike to do this:

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4 responses to “It’s officially the season for hauling Xmas trees by bike”

  1. Dave B

    I have a GSD but not a fancy cargo trailer (do have a Burley trailer though). Do you think it’s feasible to tie a tree directly to the bike?

    1. Tom Fucoloro

      I suppose that depends on how big the tree is, but there’s pretty much always a way to make it work with enough straps :-)

      Kelli also had the kid on the back, so that’s why they took the trailer.

      1. Dave B

        Thanks, I’ll give it a shot. One nice thing about the QA tree lot is it’s run by boy scouts, and tying knots is basically their #1 skill, right?

      2. Tom Fucoloro

        Maybe you’ll get one of them a badge.

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