Thanks Steve! Yeah, its been a game changer definitely. I love the simplicity and how its completely reduced stress as Joshua mentioned. You don't think about any of the car related issues, a real win-win. More money worked going straight into your pocket. No worries about rust, dents, potholes, maintenance (bike maintenance is pennies), not finding parking, tickets, insurance (although I do pay $8/month for insurance just for total peace of mind, since it is heavy and I park it in a shared backyard), car payments, detours or construction streets that are closed, as I can just walk it down a sidewalk, and I do. I put a few coffee shops as my first morning clients so I can get a coffee and walk the bike to the next job.
The bike is 50lbs empty, but it rolls like a Buick and feels surprisingly quick with high psi in the tires. In the future I think I may electrify it and copy Joshua's trailer idea. The bike alone will fit storefront (with a different box that holds my 2 kids for joyrides) and a trailer will hold wfp equipment. I can already fit 16 gallons of pure water, pump box, squeegee equipment, wfp, brush, and hose on it no problem. This box is the first iteration. The next will be quite larger with divided compartments for water and tools, with weight divided equally on both sides of the bike.