It began with near identical kids cruiser frames Free Spirit (blue) and Cyclops (yellow) which looked so good joined headstem to headstem with one inverted that I couldn't not do that. I wanted it to be able to cruise long distances with a load, so I elected for a near recumbent riding position (although it's a mean fast aerodynamic beast if you reach forward and grab the bars near the gooseneck with feet waay back on the original cyclops axle). I also wanted sweet handling, so the rake angle is fairly modest. The bars took ages to get right. I wanted it to be uber comfortable, and wanted to be able to hold the bars with both hands in a turn. Given the long distance from gooseneck to rider, the arc was always going to be large, hence the inward bend on the bar ends. A coat rack provided the perfect rounded bars. The bar ends are the original cruiser bars from Free Spirit chopped in half and joined to the coat rack.
Still to come: Granny Kart detachable backrest/shopping trolley — www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZu1mdSiI_4. Stubbie holder in free/cyclops headstem join. Front end BBQ attachment (slot into "free spirit" dropouts). Brakes :)