In the morning we took measurements on the 3D-model. It added up like this:
ca. 24 meters of aluminum
ca. 100 bolts
ca. 100 nuts
After that Andreas went and borrowed a Nihola cargo bike from the local Irma supermarket. They lend out the bikes for free. You do however have to leave 500 dkk ($90) in security, which will be repaid when the bike is returned unharmed. It's a great deal offered by the local Agenda 21 office in collaboration with Irma.
Then we were off to Glostrup, about 10 km west of Copenhagen. It was nice to get some fresh air, although it was a cold and rainy day. See map of route here.
In Glostrup we passed Harald Nyborg to pick up some tools for the Bicycle Innovation Lab workshop. We got a small drill press, a cordless drill and a heap of drills and bits.
After that we visited the friendly guys at Metalcentret. There we bought 24 meters of 25x25x2 mm aluminum square extrusions, weighing around 12 kgs and costing a 1.162 dkk ($207).
We secured it to the bike with strips and headed home. If anyone wants to do the same, some rope would probably be a better idea. Also remember to tie the extrusions to the bike in a way that they do not scratch the frame. Also remember that Metalcentret accepts cash only.