Morten’s Cool Cargo Bike
Morten Dinitzen has a very special relationship to his hip vintage cargo bike. He bought the bike second-hand, and customized it completely to his liking.
Morten Dinitzen works part time as a bartender at Avenue Hotel, while studying commercial law at Copenhagen Business School, and like most Copenhageners he commutes to work and study on a bike.
Four Crates of Beer or Three Skinny Girls
“I can transport four crates of beer or three skinny girls on my carrier,” smiles business student and part-time bartender at Avenue Hotel, Morten Dinitzen.
He bought his cargo bike second-hand, and has customized it completely to his liking. He is especially fond of the white rims and the wide handlebar, and the bike comes in quite handy in the everyday life – and party - of a Copenhagener.
Morten’s Favourite Cycle Trip
“My favourite trip on the bike is from The Little Mermaid along Langelinie to The Royal Playhouse and the newly opened Ofelia Beach,” says Morten Dinitzen.
“Søerne (‘The Lakes’ – where the photo was taken) are picturesque but there are too many people. The inner harbour is airy and you get to see some of the city’s best architectural sights, like the old warehouses, The Opera and the Royal Playhouse.”
Customize Your Own Cargo Bike
Should you feel inspired by Morten Dinitzen’s cool cargo bike, we advise that you check out the Bullitt Bike at our friends – and fellow members of the White Line-network – Larry vs. Harry. Due to their aluminium frames the bikes at Larry vs. Harry are said to be the fastest cargo bikes on the market, and you can customize them – almost – completely to your liking.
Or you can pick Morten Dinitzen’s brain on the best cargo bikes on the market, next time he serves you one of his tasty Copenhagen Elephant Cocktails at the bar at Avenue Hotel.