The only real issue that we had was our kickstand. No matter how much time John at Edible Pedal could put into adjusting it, we still couldn't get it to keep the bike upright. Loading and unloading the kids was a nightmare and it was impossible to leave the bike for even a second if they were onboard. This was seeming to be a real downfall until I reached out to John Lucas of Cycle Trucks to take a look at it. He immediately figured out an answer and even though I couldn't picture what he was suggesting, I brought him the bike the next day.
So, after all our cargo biking playtime, I had to get the Haul-a-Day home with my parents' car (for reasons too boring to explain). It was quite a conundrum to figure out how to load up the long and weirdly-shaped frame onto our Serius rack. I came up with this solution but it was certainly not the best one. In fact, one of the buckles snapped and the three mile drive home was one of my most nerve-wracking experiences ever. When I sent the following photo to the folks at Bike Friday, Walter mentioned that it made their engineer a "little nervous" to see it like that.