We can do 6+ hours of audio, video and visuals or 8+ hours without film projections. For more information on the project (including specs) visit Tipsy Bike Productions' Facebook Page.
Photo courtesy TK
While in the process of converting my old (non vintage) single speed Schwinn Typhoon cruiser into an 8-speed (with Nexus internal gear coaster brake hub), I happened upon an opportunity to buy a used FreeRadical, and decided to include that as well. I planned to do a rattle can paint job on the frame and FreeRadical, but while test-fitting I noticed that the color of the FreeRadical was very close the silver color of the two-tone Schwinn, so I left them both as-is. Sporting some cushy Schwalbe Big Apple (rear) and Super Moto (front) tires, it's a fun neighborhood cruiser. I put the racks and cargo bags on it occasionally for trips to the grocery store, but usually ride it around as-is... and get more thumbs-up and shouts of "Cool Bike!" than this attention-avoiding person would like. I bought an aftermarket Nexus bar-end shifter from JTEK Engineering for it, but didn't have a long enough shift cable handy, so I mounted it on a Minoura light mount that's attached to the top tube... shifts like my childhood best friend's old Schwinn 5-speed that I was always envious of. Someday, perhaps, I'll add an 8-ball on a longer shift lever to it.
Photo courtesy Jim Woolfrey
With the camping gear loaded (and it all fits in/on the Xtracycle), that's almost everything my son and I will need for a couple-few nights rail-trail mini-touring. My camping stuff is budget gear, which might not be very heavy but doesn't pack small... and the Hoodie swallows it up!
Photo courtesy Stephen Sammons