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New Irish dealer appointed for Bullitt cargo bicycles

The Clockwork Bullitt
The Clockwork Bullitt

Copenhagen-based Larry vs Harry bicycle builders of the Bullitt cargo bike have a new Irish dealer, the Rathmines-based ThinkBike. The news comes in the same month as Dutch child-carrying and cargo bike brand Workcycles got its first Irish dealer.

On their Facebook page, Thinkbike said:

“Thinkbike are proud to announce we are now stocking Bullitt bikes. The possibilities with these bikes are endless. Watch this space.”

The company also said on Facebook that they have the bike in stock and they have a demo model for test rides.

Models of the Bullitt listed on thinkbike.ie range in price from €2,283 for the Classic to €2,606 for the Clockwork.

The Bullitt can be spotted around Dublin City Centre used by couriers and it is also used by Munchies for food deliveries.

Bullitt - Cargo bikes in Copenhagen
The Bullitt with its child cover and seat
Dublin couriers cargo bike
The Bullitt as used couriers in Dublin
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4 comments

    • Thanks for that — fixed now.

      I had spotted the error earlier and thought I had fixed it but I guess the update failed — so thanks for pointing that out!

      Reply
  1. I tried them out at the Irish Cargo Bike Championship in the Phoenix Park last year and also this year and they are great ,fast and light very zippy. The Steering is a bit light when empty but no hardship you get used to it very quickly. I would love one if I had the money,great for carrying stuff.

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