The typical cargo frame is elongated like this Rad wagon https://www.radpowerbikes.com/products/radwagon-electric-cargo-bike? avad=55097_d1fc033ed&utm_source=avantLink&utm_medium=affiliates&utm_campaign=40661&utm_content=55097Thank you very much Steve,
The fact I was at 175lbs and in decent shape from years of running and manual labor and a ventilator kept my head above water. The but the previous years of smoking made it worse. Explain the cargo style frame, what kind? and the kids cargo..had not thought of that..and defiantly a must have!! But I am concerned about the load. If the motor is registered lets say for 350 lbs, does that go up if distributed to the back. Now you four wheels instead of two and a lets say 75lbs distributed off the bike itself. Whats the math on this? Have you used a trailer?