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How do these large cargo backpacks compare with a bicycle trailer? I need to haul 100kg of cargo on a bicycle
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You're considering carrying 100kg in a backpack.
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>>1957570
Lol
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>>1957570
>Limp wristed manlet can't comprehend carrying anything heavier than his almond milk container
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>>1957568
you want to carry more than you weigh on your back?
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>>1957633
retard doesnt understand carrying 200 pounds only on your shoulders is absurd
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>>1957633
Post 1RM squat
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>>1957568
it will tear apart, i once loaded around 20kg and the handles were destroyed and came off after two hours, this is so stupid, i bet you cant even handle 50kg after 5 minutes on your own
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>>1957652
It's really not absurd.
>>1957670
635lbs. 6pl8+2x25s. Deadlift is 5pl8 strapless.
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>>1957681
have you ever gone backpacking, sure you can lift the weight, but its going to get way harder once you start moving and you especially don't want it on your shoulders
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>>1957683
unless you are a gaint who weights 800 pounds, carrying 200 pounds for an extended period of time is absolutely absurd, its not even a question
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>>1957683
Yes, I am in the military and have done weeks long training missions with a 125lb pack, excluding the rest of my on body gear.
>>1957684
It's not pleasant but it is manageable
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>>1957688
if you go the backpack route with something that heavy, 1 of course its going to be painful simply on the physical exertion side, but also most of the weight is going to be on your shoulders and the bones youre sitting on. The weight is going to be on the rear wheel for the most part. If you get a trailer its probably going to be easier, 200 pounds wont be on your butt and the rear wheel, instead it will be on that third wheel, but there's more drag and climbs will be harder.
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>>1957688
give it a try and post results then, what's stopping you?
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>>1957684
5lb in the front rack and 195 in the backpack is fine bro
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>>1957568
I do Ubereats for a living.

Unless you are on a bike where your back is perfectly upright, the weight will be shifted around very uncomfortably and with gravity and protrusions will dig into your back.

Of course 100kg is impossible either way. You could do maybe 30kg max. Even at 30kg the bag will probably rip after a few uses, since they're destined to carry relatively light food.
I've carried packs of 2L water bottles in them, that's about the max you could do.

TLDR you're a retard
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>>1957568
I use a small chink trailer with a plastic tub as the container.
I'd never use a cargo backpack unless I live six floors up.
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>>1957688
>yeah bro i've walked with 56kg on my back, i could totally ride a bike with 100kg
you're retarded
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I think OP should try it just to get some perspective on how dumb he's being. Make sure to reinforce the backpack so that it will actually hold up to the weight.
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>>1957681
Mine is 635kg and you're fucking retarded.
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>>1957688
I want to see you climb a 5% grade with double that weight on your back and a twitchy cruiser bike
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>>1957710
>>1957750
>>1957754
>>1957755
Weak and tiny "men" absolutely perplexed by average male strength. I bet you simpletons have low bone density. LMAO.
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>>1957781
>wants to wear a 100 kg Rucksack
>while riding a fucken bicycle
>claims to lift 6plmao
>can’t figure out if a flimsy pack will carry weight X

Ride and grow up. But most important, don’t listen to the haters and go for your dreams.

Find my bike on pic related
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>>1957817
Im not OP. There are plenty of packs on the market that will handle that weight, not that any of you would know because carrying that amount of weight is apparently only foreign to you seething manlets. Any man worth their salt can carry at the very least, 2x his body weight on his back with ease. What aren't you people understanding? I'm not saying I want to do this, I'm simply stating the fact that it is absolutely possible and relatively easy to do so for anyone who doesn't subsist solely off of corn based foods, which apparently you all do. Enjoy your gynaecomastia little fellas.
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>>1957781
I don't remember asking
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>>1957781
I am not tiny, I am transitioning and honestly it's hard to pass because of my.wide back and my huge calves. I hate it.
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>>1957836
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>>1957568
Sauce? I made something like this myself by sewing seabag straps to a costco freezer bag.
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>>1957823
Ive carried your mom and she’s twice my bodyweight
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>>1957568
Really bad idea. These suck for heavy loads. They stick out a lot from your body, so lever principle is making it extra heavy. I carry 8kg of mcdonalds there and I'm dying, you would not survive 100kg.
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>>1957879
Ok
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>>1957823 here, you manlets would be seething hard if you knew I've carried this much weight on my back even during my transition process when my test was going down amd my estrogens were getting to acceptable levels. Inagine being this much of a failure of a human that you let a trans girl outlift you all. Truly pathetic, and you will feel even worse once you get beaten up by a feminine tomboy like me.
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>>1957945
>feminine tomboy like me
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>>1957945
Nice try, I don't make spelling errors though. Not only are you weak in the body, you are weak in the mind.
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>>1957568
wtf are planning, robbing a gold reserve?
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>>1958031
100kg of gold takes up very little room and would not require such a large backpack. in fact, one could simply wear a pair of cargo pants and slip it into the pockets or place it in the handlebar bag
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>>1957945
>>1958029
>>1958035
holy fuck lmao
fuck off already you retarded troon, you will never pass
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>>1958035
You're not fitting a hundred of those guys in your pockets.
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>>1958036
you're replying to multiple people you deranged terf, I'm a cisgender male

>>1958038
each of them is only 15mm thick. you could probably fit 6 of them in each of the side pockets of a pair of cargo pants, 24 total, then another 5 in each of the main pockets for 34, then another 4 each in the back pockets for 42. from there you just need to figure out what to do with the other 58. a bulky hunting jacket with a lot of pockets could do the job.
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>>1958039
"terf", ok troon
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>>1957633
Almond milk is based
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>>1957652
>he was obviously serious
...and so am I.
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Easily carries 750lbs....weighs 40
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>>1957652
>he can't squat 100kg
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>>1957570
Why not?
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>>1958039
Ok troon
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putting aside from all the macho posturing
that's way more than the average bike could handle
your seat post would probably insert itself into you
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>>1959662
load that with 9 bags of concrete and post a pic
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>>1957568
t. Sam Bridges
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>>1957568
100kg in a backpack sounds painful
just get the trailer
im not sure how much weight ive hauled in mine probably not even half that but i gotta say a trailer is gonna feel alot better than a backpack or pannier bags
i use mine for hauling shopping and while i ride i always forget im even towing the trailer, you just dont feel the weight at all its kinda surreal
get a giant cassette too if you gotta deal with hills like i do
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>>1958039
that picture did not fucking happen
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>>1957945
break me in half mommyyyyy <3<3<3
i wiegh 105lbs you could snap me like a twig uuuughdsfkjghfdsgjhkjwdhfg
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>>1964710
oh i see this is a bait thread i feel retarded for even posting a genuine response now
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>>1957823
Assuming you weigh about 80Kg that's 160Kg to carry.
What are you even using to carry that?
And how far?
Why not on a sack/wheel-barrow?
What was it you were carrying?
It's not that I doubt it's possible for an 80Kg man to carry 160Kg on his back, but I find it hard to imagine what it is he'd carry if not specifically steel, fat, short pieces of round stock cutoff or a particularly heavy but dense/low-volume machine.
Can you link a/the cargo backpack you used?
I'm legit curious now, you must be built like a tank, I probably can't carry twice my bodyweight an appreciable distance on my back.
Nit that I ever required that - there was usually some kibd of barrow or cart arou d rather than a backpack that'd eeven survive that.
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>>1964712
Are you a girl? If not, are you open to becoming one?
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>>1964804
Why are you listening to retarded people?

He's lying. That's a mentally ill neet daydreamer. Probably doesn't even own a bike.

Carrying 2x your bodyweight in a ruck is a recipe for lifelong back problem, you absolute retards.
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>>1957568
Mf tryna play death stranding irl lmao

Really though I wouldn't do it and I'm 178cm, 70kg and pretty fit. If you're a fucking unit (like 120kg+) and have adjusted your tyre pressure + suspension accordingly, I would MAYBE consider it on a powerful electric bike but that's it
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>>1957781
Please post a YouTube video if you attempt this
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My bike specs allows for 300 pounds total weight ,me included so I can put 40 on the front paniers and 80 on the rear ones, there is no way most bike can withstand 400pounds of load without getting fucked up, post your bike make and model op.
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He'll even most bike trailers are only rated for 80pounds
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>>1957568
saddle bags on the bicycle are better
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>>1957823
Carrying 2x your body weight for any extended period of time is not good you idiot. I am average and walk around with 100 lb sacks and I for sure would not want that on my back for extended periods of time and def not on a seat.
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>>1957681
200lbs is completely absurd
You could maybe carry 200lns with a special steel frame backpack with hip belts, and even then good luck riding a fucking bicycle
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>>1963269
Maybe that's what the faggot claiming he carries twice his bodyweight on his back actually wants
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>>1957712
>>1963269
Bakfiets
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQhzEnWCgHA
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The number or internet tuff guys that claim they can carry 500lbs up hill proves this board is retarded
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>>1967689
i am!
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>>1957568
You want ro ride a bike, with 100 kg of weight strapped to your back ?
How far ?
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>>1958035
the next lunatic, wanting to fit 100 palm sized objects into his pants pockets.
just returned to check on /n and immediately found out its only getting worse.
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>>1971741
this is the most fun I've had in this board since the blimp train for Ukraine post
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>>1971740
It's water-weight; it's okay
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>>1957568
faggot, you're not carrying 220 pounds of shit in a backpack on your bike
you're not going to do that with a bike trailer either
ask your dad to transport whatever it is or go buy a car
>inb4 he's transporting a corpse to a dumpsite
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>>1974857
a proper trailer could do 1/4th of a ton I bet, the real weakpoint is the hitch. I'm not sure how many are designed to pull more than 200lbs safely. I was hauling nothing on an old trailer once, just the trailer, and the hitch suddenly snapped.
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just realized that I'm sharing the board with people that can't ride a bike while carrying 5 full crates of beer on their backs LMAO
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>>1970742
i could
just very very very slowly assuming i have low enough gearing lol
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>>1970742
>can't carry 500lb up a hill
Are you a girl or something?
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a long tail cargo bike with a large rear rack, dual leg kickstand, and an internal 8 speed hub is the ideal delivery bike and I won't be convinced otherwise
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>>1975081
worst of all, a troon outlifted us all!
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>>1978464
HEEEEEEEHA!,
,,,,thanks forthat laff,,,,was bummed from 'climatexpert.
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>>1957633
>>1957681
>>1957781
>have some sort of incident that makes you crash (you will)
>backpack snaps your body in half
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>>1978524
Why are you responding to little boys who are trying to out-toughguy each other? Carrying such weight on your back is absurd for a ton of different reasons, it doesn't require a response.
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bump
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>>1978452
No, the tricycle is the original cargo bike
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>tfw water delivery mission
50lbs of water on my rack
plus 4lbs of lemonade, 3lbs of chicken, 1lb of salmon, and 1lb of salmon in my backpack
not my heaviest delivery but damn do I hate moving water, I made like $20 for 15 minutes of work tho so worth it
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>>1982671
>1lb of salmon, and 1lb of broccoli in my backpack
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>>1982671
What a champ



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