As the first cargo bike store in North America we've often reflected on the difference between the Dutch and the Danes, both of who have robust cargo bike cultures. The Dutch tend to overbuild their cargo bikes and tend to design their bikes once (after all, if you overbuild it you never need to redesign!), whereas the Danes seem to have fresh eyes on the whole thing. This was all true until Urban Arrow came around. They realized there are plenty of good reasons to evolve the Dutch cargo bike. While the quality of a Dutch bike is second to none, most Dutch cargo bikes are heavy. Urban Arrow has indeed bettered the breed. Their frames are lightweight aluminum, the box is made entirely of EPS foam (which is safer and lighter than wood). And, because people do carry lots of weight, ride far, ride up hills, or all three, the bikes come standard with Bosch pedal-assist technology. Finally, the modular design allows you to change the bike to a grocery-getter when the kids grow up. Without any doubt, Urban Arrow is the most evolved two-wheeled kid-carrying cargo bike on the market.