Lemme decode the title..
What's your build that put you scouring the internet for a specific part(s) for hours so you could end up with something built up for a few specific purposes (towing/dirt-trails/market runs/cargo/touring/etc)
Mine had me figuring out moustache bars + handlebar combos (kinda hard to source in Canada) and gearing ratios for my everyday bike that does tow-duty for a 25km road/paved/gravel trail combination that sees a couple climbs..
English good looks from a Brooks saddle paired to Japanese derived moustache bars on an Italian inspired frame brazed in Canada wearing Ambrosio rims on a re-used Shimano 105 6sp setup with an unusually short 34t/42t combination that seems to be working out really well for the posture/purpose of this bike... constantly hitched with another 50lbs off the back!! Strictly American/British-inspired handlebar bag from Acorn bags adorns the bars with rider-facing pockets that have become my most favourite part of the bike allowing access with one hand using turn-buckle latches. Wallet/Phone on the left with Keys/coins on the right. I forgot to take a pic showing just how well thought out this bag is when mounted. A re-purposed old canvas bag that has tools rolled into it hangs off the saddle. Stopping comes from 105 levers with white hoods down to 28c urban knobbies rated for 110psi underinflated to 40psi tasking an impressive job of hugging the smooth stuff and staying put and predictable over gravel/dirt/puddles and mud. (im one that pumps everything up to 110psi... so this is my first foray into anything < 50psi)
Velo-Orange fenders keep the dirt and gunk from getting kicked up anywhere important!
So, whats your build that had you searching and then it just fell together?