At my work there is a cargo-trike, that is gathering dust after a student project to work on the stability of the thing. But its fundamental flaw is that it doesn’t tilt. So if you take too tight a turn, the whole thing suddenly and dangerously, flops over.
Having seen tilting three wheeled delivery scooters during my time in Japan, I’ve wondered why there aren’t any tilting cargo-trikes. Well, a cycle company from Copenhagen, the land of the Bullitt, has made one. Butchers & Bicycles is a ghastly name, but they’ve made a tilting cargo bike that is stable, maneuverable, and more compact longitudinally than other cargo bikes. Alas, all we have at the moment is a promotional video with a bearded hipster that looks enticing, and their facebook page, but there are questions to be answered. Price? Volume? Load? Turning Circle? Weight? Yes we’ll have to wait.