These photos were sent to me by fellow Mundo riders (thanks guys!). The above photo is from Max. Besides carrying what looks to me like a child's seat (or is it two?), he also has a full-sized Shop-Vac, various tools, and a Go-Getter bag on the other side. I like the front pannier rack Max...and is that a Stand Alone kickstand holding the bike up?
The below photo is from Dan in St. Catherines, ON. He tells me he has more than 45 lbs. (20.5k) in his Go-Getter bag. He also has the Yuba Bread Platform on the front. (Dan, I'm thinking about getting one, possibly two, does it seem like it would mount on other bikes besides the Yuba?).
Being the only person (that I know of) riding a Mundo in Buffalo I sometimes feel like I'm riding in a vacuum, like I have the only Mundo there is...it's nice to see what others are doing and how they modify them. This is pretty cool. Thanks again for the pics guys; if you or others out there in the blogosphere have more that you feel like sending please do (and please do not think that this request is Mundo-specific--it just happens to be one of the bikes that I ride--or even cargo or longtail centric...bikes of all kinds carry stuff, but if you're reading this you already know that).
I also find it interesting that (according to the header on their website and blog) the slogan at Yuba seems to be "What a bicycle can do"...judging by these pictures it couldn't be more appropriate.