Dan Coulbury

Dan Coulbury

is creating Cargo bicycles, among other things

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I'm a maker. I make things. I found woodworking as a way to make things and get paid for it. I've been making custom furniture and cabinetry since around 2001, in Wisconsin, and now back home in Austin Texas. I also like to make things out of metal and other mediums. I've also always liked riding bicycles (and tricycles) and have made several bikes from other bike parts. I made a cargo bike for my daughter to ride in, a smaller cargo bike for her big brother, a "tandem" out of a stationary exercise bike and another old ten speed. I've made my son a tall bike, with full suspension. Eight years after making the cargo bike for my daughter, I made it float on the lake using over 100 2-liter Pepsi bottles.That was a lot of fun. I also made a cargo bike to sell to someone else, and that may be what excites me most about working with Patreon; the idea that I could make bikes for other people and get them out pedaling with their young families.
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I'm a maker. I make things. I found woodworking as a way to make things and get paid for it. I've been making custom furniture and cabinetry since around 2001, in Wisconsin, and now back home in Austin Texas. I also like to make things out of metal and other mediums. I've also always liked riding bicycles (and tricycles) and have made several bikes from other bike parts. I made a cargo bike for my daughter to ride in, a smaller cargo bike for her big brother, a "tandem" out of a stationary exercise bike and another old ten speed. I've made my son a tall bike, with full suspension. Eight years after making the cargo bike for my daughter, I made it float on the lake using over 100 2-liter Pepsi bottles.That was a lot of fun. I also made a cargo bike to sell to someone else, and that may be what excites me most about working with Patreon; the idea that I could make bikes for other people and get them out pedaling with their young families.

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