It seems increasingly clear that bicycles are our best commuting option for the future. But despite the excellent health, environmental, and traffic benefits, there's still the problem of hauling all your stuff that's too big to fit into panniers. Sure, your bike does have some decent towing capacity (provided you're in shape), but who wants to tow a trailer? Coming out of Denmark (surprise!), the Butchers and Bicycles Mk I might be our solution.
The Mk I trike can hold a 221-pound load over its 5.8 square foot "basket" or "bed," depending on your outlook. But what is most impressive about this machine is its ability to carve the corners. Both wheels carve side to side for optimal handling, ensuring that this trike feels less like a trike and more like a Cervélo RCA.