Things That Can Be Carried On A Bike (#210), and a quick comment about cargo bikes
A 15 lb. capacity, all-steel sausage stuffer.
A canvas bag containing 4 books.
A six-pack of Ellicottville Brewing Company Pale Ale.
A gym bagful of wet clothing.
A cardboard box containing 2 bottles of Chateau Saint Sulpice Bordeaux.
A pound of baker's yeast.
Three pastry tarts.
A cardboard box full of kindling.
It's interesting that when I was originally out today and passed by an intersection where there was road construction going on I saw a couple of workers point and laugh at the Mundo (can you believe it). At the time all I was carrying on the bike was the gym bag. I may be being paranoid (about the jesting), but I doubt it. Anyhow, on the way back, and as I crossed the same intersection, I had the bike fully loaded. This time they just looked in awe (as their monster trucks stood on the sidelines just waiting to suck fuel). The best I can figure is that they had a temporary case of cargo-bike envy. Another interesting thing is that while there was a long row of cars (mostly containing single passengers) waiting on queue for the construction, I was able to pedal through without haste.
Now, more importantly, beer. The only liquid I've carried in large quantities on the Mundo has been four big office water jugs. Two fit perfectly in a go-getter. So, I'd venture to say I could carry six kegs. To prove it I will allow you all to send me six kegs, and I'll post a video of it for viewing.
You may be right, they just looked on the beer. ;-)
But it would be a great idea to try, how much beer will fit onto a mundo.
Here in Germany the beer comes mostly in crates with 12 bottle each 0,5 litre.
I guess 12 crates might fit.
But they will enough weight for the Mundo to load.
One crate of beer in Germany holds 24 bottles of 0,5 litres each.