After the Mundo was rigged out at Practical Cycle, Tim and I managed to bungee my Oscar onto the back, since I had ridden in. I plan on moving Lennon's seat up towards the saddle to give more space on the rack. That should make towing bikes a bit easier and might make the bags fit better. It might also give enough space in the back for another person to sit, if needed. I can't believe how many options this rig has.
Speaking of unbelievable, the ride home was amazing. Once I got used to Oscar wobbling around in the back, the ride was smooth and comfortable. It's an upright position, kind of like riding a laz-e-boy, but I'd imagine it's easier. It's a heavy bike so walking it was the hardest to maneuver but on the bike, it rides like a dream. I kept forgetting I was riding a cargo bike. If it wasn't for the extra bike hanging off the back, I wouldn't have noticed the difference. Big Brother was super excited to check out his new seat. We took a spin around the neighborhood and he was thrilled, not scared at all. I was more nervous, having never ridden with him actually on the bike, always in the trailer. I can't wait to get out on longer rides with the rest of the family. I will definitely have more to say the more I ride. Yay!!!