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Riding a cargo bike through the city is a form of heightened conciousness and enlightenment. It may take a bit of a contrarian spirit to consider one (not really, they're everywhere now), but what was once a costly challenge through gridlock in a car becomes uninterrupted point-to-point ease in a cargo bike. What was once the endless search for a parking lots is replaced by front door arrival. Cars do their best work driving from city to city, but if you're negotiating short, gridlocked point-to-point intra-city distances a cargo bike will literally change the way you transport yourself.  


THINK OUTSIDE THE VAN

Becoming a parent often means your own parent(s) are looming in the background - either as a voice in your head or a voice over the phone.

Well, we're pretty sure buying a cargo bike wasn't on your parents radar when they had you. Chances are, you grew up thinking that having kids meant buying a van, and that message feels pretty strong. Even if it also doesn't feel right.

Back in 2006 we started importing cargo bikes. Like you, we had a hunch that they would work. Over a thousand ecstatic customers later, we figure we got it right.

So, let's think outside the van for a second, shall we?

GEO-MAP YOUR LIFE

Let's be clear; cargo bikes don't work for everybody. But, if you live downtown, work downtown and/or play downtown, there is no better option.

Studies show that in Holland, the majority of bicycle use occurs in distances under 7km or 5mi. Distances over are served by cars or transit. Why? Because, most distances under 7km are fundamentally bike-able. That is, they connect distances that are (a) too far to walk, and (b) too close to drive.

Ask yourself? Where is your brunch spot? The daycare? Work? The library? Hairstylist? Friends? If you live downtown, chances are good that up to 80% of your life is more bike-able than drivable or walkable.

That's why one day everyone will be riding cargo bikes.

DO THE MATH

Our friend Ben, at London Bicycle Cafe, says it best:

"The Canadian Automobile Association does us all a great favour by being upfront with their members about the cost of vehicle ownership. For a compact car like a Honda Civic, CAA estimates the annual cost of ownership at roughly $6200 for 10,000 km/year. Over five years, your Civic has cost you $31,000, and your cargo bike only $10,000. It gets better the longer you have your bike, too. Over ten years a Civic costs you $62,000, and your cargo bike costs you less than $12,000. The cost savings could fully fund a child’s education, allow for a really sweet vacation every year, or help you fill up your tax free savings account for early retirement!

Ben's a smart guy. You can read more here.

FEEL THE FREEDOM

These days value is a measure of proximity. Property values are tied to walk scores. Everyone wants to be close to the action. But, this is making density only more dense. So, how to enjoy the action without stress?
 
Walk scores are a handy tool, but we prefer to follow the wisdom of the Dutch. As we know, most urban distances aren't walkable or driveable, but they are bikeable. And, nothing links urban life better than a cargo bike. As gridlock piles up higher and higher, a cargo bike is an effortless way to connect all points efficiently and joyfully.
 
Everybody is smiling. And there's more money for ice cream too.
 

OH, AND DON'T WORRY!

You're probably thinking, yes this sounds like me! I live downtown and most my distances are bikable. But, where the heck do I put this thing?
 
Every cargo bike we import is designed with the same question in mind. In fact, all cargo bikes we import hail from Northern Europe where damp sea air, snow, and salted roads are a fact of life. Each bike we carry uses rust-resistant frames and sealed, low maintenance parts that are designed for outdoor storability.
 
But, what about theft? Theft in Holland is worse than North America and everyone knows that a good lock is all you need. The first rule in the art of war is to know your enemy, and your local bike thief really doesn't want your cargo bike. You can read more about theft here.

IMPACT RESISTANCE: THIS IS WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT

We've been importing cargo bikes since 2006. In that time you learn some lessons.

The first lesson we learned is: is it safe? Sure, this could mean questions around stability or handling (we'll get there soon). But, those questions are secondary to the primary one: are your children safe?

Confused about all the options out there? Here's the surest way to separate the good from the bad.

All of our cargo bikes meet EU standards for impact resistance. That means, all our cargo bikes can sustain side impacts up to 40km/hr. The box isn't just there to put stuff in, it's protection. No cargo bike from any North American company faces the same testing or regulative hurdles. They just make pretty boxes and slick websites. They might seem smart, but they lack use-case experience, and most of all, the wisdom that comes with maturity.

How is impact resistance accomplished? Each company we import has their own methods. Each is competing with the other for the same testing results, and are battling on cost and especially weight. Babboe uses wood. Cheaper but heavier. Nihola (pictured) uses steel roll-bars and Lexan Plastic, light and economical. Urban Arrow uses EPS helmet foam, light and very clever.

Like a car, the cargo bikes we carry aren't just pretty boxes you put things in. They are designed to sustain massive impacts. The difference between a bad cargo bike and a good cargo bike is ultimately one of safety. And, while we'd love to support North American companies, no North American cargo bike designer has the mature ground-level experience, design use-case understanding, or regulative framework to compete within.


WHAT KIND OF RIDER ARE YOU?

The best way to determine which cargo bike is right for you is to determine learning curve. In our experience, learning curve is directly tied to experience. We always recommend buying a cargo bike based on your experience. If you're a couple, we always recommend buying according to the rider with the least experience (or, whoever rides the bike more). That said, sometimes highly experienced cyclists prefer a bike with a lower learning curve? Why? Because, the lower  

NEW TO THIS


Having a kid means your whole life changes. Most of our customers are brand new parents out to overhaul their lives and make things easier. That often means they aren't often experienced city cyclists. No worries! For this cyclist we recommend a bike that is low on learning curve with intuitive handling. Nihola is our favourite.

EXPERIENCED


Already used to riding a bike downtown? You sound like an experienced cyclist. Chances are good you prefer a two-wheeler like the Urban Arrow or Babboe City for its 'regular bike feel.' Then again, you might prefer a three-wheeler for its superior stability. Or, perhaps you want the best of both worlds? Imagine, two wheeled handling and three wheeled stability. Then you're looking at the Babboe Carve.

HIGH PERFORMANCE


Having children is wonderful but if your life is cycling, you're probably riding less. What if you could get the same responsive feel as your road bike in a cargo bike? What if you could pack the kids in, go for a spin and memories are being made?! Chances are good you're probably after a Bullitt.


PERSONAL SPACE

BOX SIZES

How much can you carry? Let's take a look!

BABBOE CARVE

The amazing tilt-steering 3-wheeled Babboe Carve has room for two kids and the option for a second bench or car-seat. That's 2-4 kids!

Learn more about the Babboe Carve here

BABBOE CITY

The traditional 2-wheeled Babboe City has room for two kids and the option for a second bench or car-seat. It's the Dutch SUV!

Learn more about the Babboe City here, (e-assist here).

URBAN ARROW FAMILY

The modern 2-wheeled Urban Arrow has room for two kids and the option for a second bench or car-seat. It's a party on wheels!

Learn more about the Urban Arrow Family here,

LARRY VS HARRY BULLITT

The super fun 2-wheeled Bullitt has room for one big kids or two small kids.

Learn more about the Bullitt here (and e-assist here)

NIHOLA 4.0

The great handling 3-wheeled Nihola 4.0 has room for four kids or two kids and one car seat

Learn more about the 4.0 here 

NIHOLA FAMILY

Our best-selling 3-wheeled Nihola Family is stable and agile and has room for two kids or one car seat

Learn more about the Nihola Family here 

CAN I CARRY A BABY?

You sure can! Here's how!

All cargo bikes we sell have adaptors or ways to securely mount a car-seat. Babboe even offers one with added suspension! However, take note: the car seat swallows up a lot of space, minimizing room for kids and groceries. All adaptors we sell only work with the Maxi-cosi brand.

Another option is the Baby Seat. Despite being a Babboe product, this fits all cargo bikes we sell. The Baby Seat is made of impact-resistant EPS foam (same stuff used in helmets) and makes more room in the box safely. Generally good for kids 3 to 9mo old.

Kids grow up fast! When they do you can put the Toddler Seat in. Two can fit side by side, or a bigger kid can sit on the bench with the toddler beside. Made of high impact material, the Toddler Seat adds another layer of safety and is good for kids up to 18mo old.


TO E-ASSIST OR NOT?

There are several reasons to consider an e-assist cargo bike. The first is that cargo bikes are heavier than regular bikes, and this added weight could always benefit from a bit of help. The second is that, unlike a regular bike, a cargo bike is constantly changing weight with each cargo load, and an e-assist is there to assist with these variable loads. Finally, if you have any hills in your route, or plan to longer recreational rides (or have a longer commute) an e-assist is a smart idea indeed!
 

WHAT IS AN E-ASSIST BIKE?

An e-bike is a pedal-assist bicycle, or a "pedelec." There is no throttle. Instead, there is a sophisticated computer system that reads your inputs and outputs a real-time variable assist that tunes itself to your needs right now. To ride one is sensational! It feels like the bike is reading your mind!

TELL ME MORE!

WHAT IS AN E-BIKE?

An e-bike is a pedal-assist bicycle, or a "pedelec.". There is no throttle. Instead of a throttle there is a sophisticated computer system that reads your pedalling torque + wheel RPM's + pedal RPM's a thousand times a minute. This data turns into a variable assist that constantly tunes itself to your needs in real-time. To ride one is sensational! It feels like the bike is reading your mind!

CAN I CRANK UP THE POWER?

Yes!! While the computer is constantly tuning itself to your real-time needs, you can also crank this variable assist anywhere from 30% assist to 300%+

There's a console on your handlebar that tells you how much mileage you have on the battery, how fast you're going, and your total trip distance and time. It's amazing!

 

IS IT DANGEROUS?

Absolutely not! A bike with a throttle is dangerous. With a throttle you can stop pedalling or hit the brakes and you can still lurch forward. On a pedelec, the motor cuts out the second you stop pedalling or hit the brakes. And, according to government regulation, the motor also cuts out above 32km/hr.

WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THOSE E-SCOOTERS I SEE?

Oh my goodness, where do we start? They shouldn't even be mentioned in the same breath!

E-scooters are a throttle based system and are illegal (or classified as motor vehicles) across Europe because they are dangerous. There are grounds to believe they will be illegal here soon too.

Currently, these bikes are sold through a legal loophole here in Canada.. In Europe, regulation says a motor can only operates while pedalling. In North America, regulation states the bike must have pedals, but never states these pedals need to be used..

E-scooters have pedals, but they rarely work. They are legal ornamentation and they aren't fooling anyone, and that includes lawmakers.

Plus, if it's between a computer that automatically senses the power you need or pushing down a thumb throttle, what would you prefer? Unless you like having a sore thumb?

WHAT SHOULD I LOOK FOR?

One word: Service.

Service is key. For a long time e-bikes have been the wild-west until Bosch, Yamaha and Shimano came around. We speak from experience when we say that when you buy an e-bike that somewhere down the line, will go wrong. A good e-bike means we can run diagnostics with no guessing-games that take time and patience. A good e-bike means there is global technical support just a phone call away. .

WHERE SHOULD THE MOTOR BE?

As a rule the motor should be a mid-mount and made by a company you can trust. Names like Yamaha, Bosch, and Shimano are key. Other players like Bafang are reliable, but if you haven't heard of the company, be extra careful

. Front motors are dangerous. And no rear mount motor compares to the performance quality of a reliable mid-mount.  

DESCRIBE THE DIFFERENT MOTORS PLEASE!

Each brand brings its own experience to motor production. The important thing is to focus on brand-name quality. That said, Shimano is known for mileage and a more intuitive feeling motor and is often seen on higher performance bikes.. Bosch is known for power and is often seen on cargo bikes. Yamaha is famous for torque and is often seen on commercial grade cargo bike. All bikes take about 3.5 hours to charge and use recyclable Lithium Ion Batteries that take 1000+ full charges (about five years of use).

SHIMANO

Found on Devinci and Bullitt cargo bikes, these are highly tuned long-range motors with balanced power and torque

E6100 Motor

250W Nominal Power

418W battery

Up to 185km/Charge

60nm Torque

BOSCH

Found on Urban Arrow and Benno Bikes, these are powerful motors for heavy duty cargo carrying

Performance Line Motor

350W Nominal Power

400W battery

Up to 100km/Charge

50-65nm Torque

 

CX Motor

350 Nominal Power

500W battery

Up to 100km/Charge

75nm Torque

YAMAHA

Found on Babboe family and commercial grade cargo bikes. These are high torque motors with tons of power.

PW Motor

350W Nominal Power

400/500W battery

Up to 100km/Charge

80nm Torque


STABILITY VS HANDLING (A SHORT ESSAY)

A cargo bike is designed to be safe, and safety in the city has to do with two often polarized dynamics: stability and handling. On most bikes, you generally get one or the other, rarely both. On a cargo bike, you absolutely need a balance of both. The question is, how much?

A three-wheeled cargo bike will always be more stable than a two-wheeled cargo bike. A three wheeled cargo bike plants a wider footprint across three points, thus gluing bike and rider to the ground. Three wheeled bikes are the most approachable due to their low learning-curve.

Two-wheeled models achieve stability by increasing the length of the footprint, or wheelbase. Bikes like the Babboe City or the Urban Arrow Family both have long wheelbases, and both feel nearly as stable as a three-wheeled bike once the bike is under speed.. At slower speeds, however, the bikes do require a bit of extra handling to keep balance; and while gaining this stability entails a learning curve, the learning curve is easy for most to master. Then there are high-handling bikes like the Bullitt.. High on learning curve, but once you've mastered it, the bike feels like it's wired to your brain.

No matter what, handling is important. Cities are made up of tight 90 degree turns and tons of variables that require constant steering (parked cars, pedestrians, other cyclists) - and that means handling is just as important to safety as stability is.

In terms of approachability, the Nihola cargo bike offers the finest out-of-the-box stability and handling on the market. A Nihola requires zero learning curve, and due to its light weight, is remarkably efficient for longer rides. The brilliance behind the Nihola's design is how it seamlessly combines the stability of a tricycle and the handling of a regular bicycle.

Most three-wheeled cargo bikes like the Babboe Big and Babboe Curve are stable, but they do lack something in the way of handling. This is because it's not the wheels that steer, but the entire box. The rider has to throw their weight into the handlebars as they literally swing the box left or right. It's fine for short rides, but on longer rides it can feel burdensome, especially considering that these boxes are made of heavy wood. In this respect, Nihola is a game-changer. A Nihola uses independent steering, so it's not the box that moves, but only the front wheels. It's little wonder that Nihola is our best selling cargo bike brand and a solid investment.

Two wheeled bikes like the Urban Arrow and the Babboe City feel stable but require that the rider literally has a bit more of a handle on things. Both bikes tend to feel a bit wobbly under slow speeds, but once you've figured out how to handle it (a couple of hours), its terrific - especially if you need a bike for longer rides (since a two-wheeled bike has far less drag than a three-wheel). If you want this kind of longer-ride range with the stability and handling of a three-wheeled bike then consider a e-assist.

Then there's bikes like Bullitt. These bikes are pure responsiveness. The Bullitt is a short-wheelbase two-wheeled bike that was first designed for cargo-deliveries in Copenhagen. It's DNA is tied to rapid package delivery and that gives it performance in corners and acceleration that takes a bit of learning curve, but feels like an extension of your body once mastered.

But, what if you want the independent steering of a Nihola for dense city traffic but the traction and cornering of the Bullitt for recreational bike paths (or longer commutes)?

The answer lies with Babboe and their Carve model. The Carve takes the same independent steering found on the Nihola and adds an on/off tilt function. With the position on "off" the Carve feels like a Nihola. You can keep both feet on the pedals at a stoplight and you get the same confident slower speed handling. However, switch the Carve to "tilt" and the wheels stays glued into higher speed handling as the bike tilts into corners for control. It's the perfect family bike for daily on-street bike lanes and weekend off-street bike path adventures.


TWO OR THREE WHEELS?

Two wheels or three wheels, that's the question. Three wheels always have more stability but distance is reduced (unless you have an electric assist). Two wheels require more experienced handling but can go the distance. This is the big question!

TWO WHEELS

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THE BIG REASON:

GOOD HANDLING, EXCEPT...

A two-wheeled cargo bike generally has great handling and feels more like a 'regular bike' than a three-wheeled cargo bike.

But, there's an exception. A two-wheeler's good handling generally kicks in at medium to higher speeds. At lower speeds it tends to require a higher level of rider response to keep control.  

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THE DRAWBACKS:

LESS STABLE

A two-wheeled cargo bike cannot depend on a third wheel for stability. Instead, stability is built by increasing the wheelbase (and/or bicycle weight), effectively displacing and managing weight over a larger surface area. At higher speeds the bike naturally finds it's balance, but at slower speeds the bike can be a bit of a balancing act.

Does that make it unsafe?

It's a question of learning curve. Most experienced cyclists get it right away, most new cyclists aren't so sure.

The Babboe City is the most sturdy feeling two-wheeler due to its heavier weight.

Learn more about Babboe here.

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THE DEALBREAKER:

LEARNING CURVE

Slower speed handling is a fact of life in the city, and slowing down is often when you can feel the most vulnerable.

Slow speed handling is required when you're just starting out or slowing down, often in heavy traffic. If you're an experienced cyclist you'll pick the handling up fast, but even the experienced cyclist will often choose a three-wheeler for its better stability.  

However, learning curve is greatly reduced with an e-assist. An e-assist really helps any 'wobbliness' when first starting out as it provides a nice boost of accelerative torque.

The Urban Arrow uses modern materials to make a lighter, safer two-wheeled cargo bike.

Learn more about Urban Arrow here.

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THE DEAL MAKER:

LONG RANGE

Owning a cargo bike isn't always about multitasking the dense urban radius that makes up most of your urban life. Sometimes it's about packing the kids and picnic blanket and going on long rides outside of the regular 'hood, into new parks, coffeeshops and bookstores.

The indisputable benefit of a two-wheeled bike is its ability to go further. It's the perfect option if you need to go further but can't afford an e-assist, although if you can afford an e-assist, both city and country lie at your pedals.

The lightweight e-assist Bullitt bikes are highly responsive and perfect for long range.

Learn more about Bullitt here

THREE WHEELS

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THE BIG REASON:

NO LEARNING CURVE

Many of our cargo bike buyers are newer cyclists who haven't pedalled on city streets in years, or ever. Absolute stability for themselves and their precious cargo is a firm principle.
 
A three-wheeler always has an easier learning curve than a two-wheeler. It stays balanced at slow speeds and only higher speed cornering can be a concern.

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THE DRAWBACKS:

POOR HANDLING, EXCEPT...

Most three-wheeled cargo bike brands have terrible handling, making them stable but unsafe in traffic. That's because most three-wheeled bike brands use a single pivot under the box. The whole box steers! One example is the Babboe Big.
 
Except Nihola. No brand sells more three-wheeled cargo bikes than Denmark's Nihola. Their bike uses the same independent steering as a car. The box doesn't move, only the wheels. Two-wheeled handling on three wheels! It's the perfect balance of stability and handling.
 
And, for those taking the bike onto off-street bike paths, the Babboe Carve offers the same steering as the Nihola with an optional on/off tilt feature that glues the wheels to the ground while the bike tilts into corners. Perfect for urban and weekend fun.

On a Nihola only the wheels steer, not the box.

Learn more about Nihola here.

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THE DEALBREAKER:

LESS RANGE, EXCEPT...

Because of its third wheel a three-wheeler cargo bike produces more drag, reducing overall distance. This is especially true for heavier bikes like the Babboe Big.
 
Bikes like the Nihola cut Babboe's weight nearly in half by using Lexan Plastic for impact resistance rather than wood. This increases distance, but not nearly as much as a two-wheeler.
 
Of course, nothing changes this formula than adding an e-assist. An e-assist can suddenly add up to 70km of range on a single charge. To many, this is the perfect solution. Stability, handling and distance.
 
That said, an e-assist two-wheeler can go even further!

The Nihola 4.0 is up to 40% lighter than most cargo bikes, extending range.

Learn more about Nihola here.

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THE DEAL MAKER:

VERY STABLE

Ultimately the person buying a three-wheeler, whether a novice, experienced or performance cyclist is doing so because it's safer than two wheels. You just can't argue with the fact that an added wheel plants a more stable footprint than two wheels.
 
However, this does mean that handling plays a huge role. Stability is only safe when the bike handles well. Bikes like Nihola provide excellent slow and high speed handling while bikes like Babboe's Carve provide excellent handling all around, especially on higher speed corners.

The Babboe Carve is the perfect cargo bike for all-speed handling & stability

Learn more about Nihola here.

From Our Buyer...

@testimonial

"Back in 2006 we were the first company to import cargo bikes and today we remain North America's largest cargo bike retailer. To import a brand we follow four criteria strictly. The bikes we import must be high quality bikes and proven in mature markets. They must be leaders in their field and able to support an export market - since these products are far from home. Each product we import is the result of extensive research, travel, and testing. In a world where more and more cargo bikes are available from inexperienced, unproven, and here-today gone-tomorrow companies, our products stand apart."

CHECK OUT THE BIKES!

Our cargo bike brands are proven and produced by service-oriented and experienced industry leaders. This is true for each brand we import. Babboe was the first company to mainstream the cargo bike to the world. Today, Babboe is also the largest cargo bike producer in the world. Nihola took the Dutch cargo bike and made it lighter, becoming Denmark's largest cargo bike producer. Holland's Urban Arrow took the Dutch cargo bike and used modern materials and engineering to make it lighter and better. And, Denmark's Bullitt took the two wheeled cargo bike - originally a Danish invention - and resurrected it back to the highly nimble and responsive bike it was meant to be. We present you the best cargo bikes on the market.

 
  • NIHOLA
  • BABBOE
  • URBAN ARROW
  • BULLITT

NIhola may be the most evolved bike for cities with developing infrastructure since it feels as safe in the bike lane as it feels on the street. If safety means maximum stability and quick-handling, then nothing beats Nihola. It's the only cargo bike to feature three-wheels and independent steering. The three-wheels ensure total stability (you don't have to put your foot down at a stoplight) while the independent steering means you don't have to steer the whole box (as you must do with competing companies).

With a Nihola you feel glued to the ground yet able to react quickly to high-contingency situations. And, at only 70+lbs, the Nihola is 40% lighter than most Dutch cargo bikes - making it perfect for errands and weekend adventures!


Our most popular cargo bike at Curbside, the Nihola Family is also the most popular "car" in Copenhagen. And it's easy to see why! It's lightweight, fast, maneuverable, low maintenance, and easily fits two kids and a stack of shopping. The Family is constructed with a strong steel frame and a lightweight Lexan plastic cargo box. Best of all, the Family has Nihola's famous independent steering. This gives the bike the stability of a three wheeled cargo bike but the agility and handling of a two-wheeler.

Supplied with maintenance-free components and durable materials throughout, the Family keeps repairs to a minimum. A Shimano V-brake on the rear and Sturmey Archer Drum Brakes on the front are strong and dependable, while the brilliant Shimano Nexus 8 speed internal geared hub means no worries year-round whatever the weather.

The large cargo box has a 100kg capacity which has a removable bench with plenty of space for two kids and the ability to safely fit a Maxi Cosi child seat. Remove the bench and you can fit your work tools, a large dog or even the kitchen sink. The supplied Rain Hood will keep your precious cargo warm and dry and with the ability to fit any rider from 5'4" to 6'4", you can really see why this could be your replacement "car".

The Nihola 4.0 takes the ever popular Nihola Family and stretches it out to fit more children. The 4.0 uses the same lightweight, fast, maneuverable frame (and low maintenance) components as the Family, but the larger cargo box can fit four kids on the dual benches and a stack more shopping. The 4.0 is constructed of a strong steel frame with a lightweight Lexan plastic cargo box, coupled with fantastic independent steering. This gives the bike the stability of a three wheeled cargo bike but the agility and handling of a two-wheeler.

Supplied with maintenance-free components and durable materials throughout, the 4.0 keeps repairs to a minimum. A Shimano V-brake on the rear and two (yes, two!) Sturmey Archer Drum Brakes on the front are strong and dependable, while the brilliant Shimano Nexus 8 speed internal geared hub means no worries year-round whatever the weather.

The extra-large cargo box has a 120kg capacity with a lower side for easy child access. Two removable benches with plenty of space for four kids up to 8 years old and the ability to safely fit a Maxi Cosi child seat. Remove one of the benches and you can still fit two kids, your work tools, a large dog or even the kitchen sink. The supplied Rain Hood will keep your precious cargo warm and dry and with the ability to fit any rider from 5'4" to 6'4", you can really see why this could replace your car.

Our most popular cargo bike at Curbside, the Nihola Family is also the most popular "car" in Copenhagen. And it's easy to see why! It's lightweight, fast, maneuverable, low maintenance, and easily fits two kids and a stack of shopping. The Family is constructed with a strong steel frame and a lightweight Lexan plastic cargo box. Best of all, the Family has Nihola's famous independent steering. This gives the bike the stability of a three wheeled cargo bike but the agility and handling of a two-wheeler.

Equipped with powerful hydraulic disc-brakes and a high-torque Li-ion e-assist motor, the 4.0 e-assist flattens bigger hills. And, with nearly 70km of distance on a single charge, longer rides are made easy, no matter how heavy the load. The low-maintenance Nexus 8-speed hub keeps maintenance to a minimum, and the hydraulic brakes will stop you, even on the coldest days.

The large cargo box has a 100kg capacity which has a removable bench with plenty of space for two kids and the ability to safely fit a Maxi Cosi child seat. Remove the bench and you can fit your work tools, a large dog or even the kitchen sink. The supplied Rain Hood will keep your precious cargo warm and dry and with the ability to fit any rider from 5'4" to 6'4", you can really see why this could be your replacement "car".

The Nihola 4.0 takes the ever popular Nihola Family and stretches it out to fit more children. The 4.0 uses the same lightweight and maneuverable frame as the Family, but the larger cargo box can fit four kids on the dual benches. The 4.0 is constructed of a strong steel frame with a lightweight, impact-resistant Lexan plastic cargo box. Nihola's Independent steering means you steer the wheels, not the whole box - the perfect balance of stability and handling.  

Equipped with powerful hydraulic disc-brakes and a high-torque Li-ion e-assist motor, the 4.0 e-assist flattens bigger hills. And, with nearly 70km of distance on a single charge, longer rides are made easy, no matter how heavy the load. The low-maintenance Nexus 8-speed hub keeps maintenance to a minimum, and the hydraulic brakes will stop you, even on the coldest days.

The extra-large cargo box has a 120kg capacity with a lower side for easy child access. Two removable benches with plenty of space for four kids up to 8 years old and the ability to safely fit a Maxi Cosi child seat. Remove one of the benches and you can still fit two kids, your work tools, a large dog or even the kitchen sink. The supplied Rain Hood will keep your precious cargo warm and dry and with the ability to fit any rider from 5'4" to 6'4", you can really see why this could replace your car.

The Nihola Dog is specially designed to transport your dogs with ease. The Dog is based on the best-selling Nihola Family but utilizes an aluminum front door so your canine companion can easily enter and exit the cargo box on their own. The Dog is lightweight, fast, maneuverable, low maintenance, and will make trips to the dog park more fun and exciting for you and your pets. Hand-made in Copenhagen from a strong powder coated steel frame with a lightweight Lexan plastic cargo box, it is coupled with fantastic independent steering. This gives the bike the stability of a three wheeled cargo bike but the agility and handling of a two-wheeler.

Supplied with maintenance-free components and durable materials throughout, the Dog keeps repairs to a minimum. A Shimano V-brake on the rear and Sturmey Archer Drum Brakes on the front are strong and dependable, while the brilliant Shimano Nexus 8 speed internal geared hub means no worries year-round whatever the weather.

The large cargo box has a 100kg capacity with a large Aluminum door for easy access. Fit an optional removable bench and you have plenty of space for two kids and your dog and with the ability to fit any rider from 5'4" to 6'4", you can really see why trips to the park with your best friend will never be the same again.

Looking for the ultimate tricycle for handling and stability? If so, the Nihola Low is your bike! Most tricycles sold on the market are cheaper "Delta" designs, where the two wheels are in the back with one wheel at the front. These bikes tend to have a high (unstable) center of gravity and poor cornering, and because the rear wheels aren't visible, it's really hard to steer around potholes. Like all Nihola bikes, the Low is a "Tadpole" design; the two wheels are in the front, the center of gravity is very low (hence the name!) and because the two front wheels steer in unison, the control and cornering is best-in-class. And, because the cargo bin is in the front, you can always keep an eye on your shopping!

The perfect grocery bike, the Low is handmade in Copenhagen from powder-coated steel and a lightweight Lexan cargo box. The Low features Nihola's independent steering, giving you the stability of three wheels with the agile performance of a two-wheel cargo bike.

Supplied with maintenance-free components and durable materials throughout, the Low keeps repairs to a minimum. A Shimano V-brake on the rear and Sturmey Archer Drum Brakes on the front are strong and dependable, while the brilliant Shimano Nexus 8 speed internal geared hub means no worries year-round whatever the weather.

Our most popular cargo bike at Curbside, Niholas are also the most popular "cars" in Copenhagen. And it's easy to see why! They're lightweight, fast, maneuverable, low maintenance, and easily fit all the gear you need to run your business on the go.

The B2B is constructed with a strong steel frame and a lightweight Lexan plastic cargo box with locking lid.

Supplied with maintenance-free components and durable materials throughout, the B2B keeps repairs to a minimum. A Shimano V-brake on the rear and Sturmey Archer Drum Brakes on the front are strong and dependable, while the brilliant Shimano Nexus 8 speed internal geared hub means no worries year-round whatever the weather. A strong steel frame Best of all, the B2B has Nihola's famous independent steering. This gives the bike the stability of a three wheeled cargo bike but the agility and handling of a two-wheeler.

The lightweight Lexan plastic cargo box has a 100kg capacity and a locking lid to keep your supplies secure. It's big enough to fit your work tools, a large dog, or even a kitchen sink. With the ability to fit any rider from 5'4" to 6'4" and the adaptability of a bike to go where cars can't, you can really see how this could be your replacement "work vehicle".

Nihola believes that cycling is for everyone. The Nihola Flex allows people who use wheelchairs to enjoy long rides with family and friends.

The Flex is a cargo bike with a flat wheelchair platform that accommodates chairs up to 66cm wide and 106cm long (26" x 41"). The rider accesses the 18cm high platform with a 36-degree pneumatic-pistoned ramp and their chair is secured with ratchet straps similar to those used in trains, buses, and cars. The Flex is capable of carrying a combined weight of 220kg / 485lbs - a 120kg / 265lbs passenger with chair, and a 120kg / 265lb pedaler. The adjustable handlebar stem and seat accommodates riders from 5'4" to 6'4".

The Nihola Flex is constructed of a strong lightweight steel frame coupled with fantastic independent steering - this gives the bike the stability of a three wheeled cargo bike but the agility, responsiveness, and handling of a two-wheeler.

Supplied with maintenance-free components and durable materials throughout, the Flex keeps repairs to a minimum. A Shimano V-brake on the rear and two (yes, two!) Sturmey Archer Drum Brakes on the front are strong and dependable, while the brilliant Shimano Nexus 8 speed internal geared hub means no worries year-round whatever the weather.

Babboe started in 2006 with mission to create high-quality, affordable cargo bikes - something that is still very hard to find in Holland. European cargo bike companies tend to be small and serve highly localized markets. The quality is great, but shipping them is remarkably expensive.

Enter Babboe. They're the first Dutch cargo bike company to take localized solutions and made them export ready. Like competing brands, Babboe uses tough steel frames with strong rust-resistant finishes mated to marine-grade wood and low maintenance internal gears and brakes. What's different is that Babboe flat-packs their bikes, like Ikea, reducing consumer pricing while maintaining the Dutch commitment to durability and quality.

Today, Babboe is the world's largest cargo bike manufacturer, visible on more streets in Holland (and North America) than any other.


The Carve Mountain is the latest and greatest cargo bike from Babboe. Combining the surefooted stability of the three wheeled Curve with the fantastic controlled maneuverability of the two wheeled City. The addition of the powerful Yamaha 250w mid-drive electric assist motor and the step-less Nuvinci 330 gear hub you can get up to speed no matter how much weight you are carrying and then stop on a dime with the powerful hydraulic disc brakes.

The innovative “Carve” mechanism lets the bike tilt with the bike when taking corners so despite having two wheels at the front it corners like a regular bike. The front wheels are independent so, instead of steering the whole box - Only the wheels steer, giving more control. Turn the tilt steering option off and the bike handles just like a Nihola. The ultimate cargo bike for city safety and weekend adventures.

The rest of the spec does not disappoint with a frame manufactured from tough galvanized Hi-Ten steel which has a chip-resistant powder-coated finish, a marine-grade beech plywood box which has a whopping 80kg capacity, comfortably sits two little ones and has a battery compartment under the bench tucked away from curious hands, this Babboe is designed for perpetual outdoor storage and is a true four-season workhorse!

The Babboe City Mountain is based on the best-selling "bakfiets" City but on steroids. Combining the awesome Yamaha 250w mid-drive electric motor and the step-less Nuvinci 330 gear hub you can get up to speed no matter how much weight you are carrying and then stop on a dime with the powerful hydraulic disc brakes.

With its low-slung frame and cargo bin, the centre of balance is stable and the drive from the Yamaha motor is controlled and comfortable resulting a cargo bike that is faster and more maneuverable. The large cargo bin has a capacity of 80kg and comfortably sits two little ones (four if you insert the optional extra bench) so you can do a school and grocery run with ease! The frame itself can accommodate riders between the heights of 5’, 4” and 6’, 4” with a quick adjustment of the saddle height and even the handlebar height.

The rest of the spec does not disappoint with a frame manufactured from tough galvanized Hi-Ten steel which has a chip-resistant powder-coated finish and a marine-grade plywood box with a battery compartment under the bench tucked away from curious hands, this Babboe is designed for perpetual outdoor storage and is a true four-season workhorse!

Whether you are carrying you kids to school, your tools to a job or doing a large grocery run the Babboe City has your back. It comes standard with maintenance-free components and durable materials throughout, keeping repairs to a minimum and the performance high-grade. Whether you're a rider or a passenger, it's a lot of fun, and brings with it the feeling of freedom that no other mode of transportation can match.

The City is a classic two wheeled "bakfiets"; a cargo bike for those looking for a faster and more maneuverable ride. With its low cargo bin, the centre of balance is stable, and the ride is controlled and comfortable. The large cargo bin has a capacity of 80kg and comfortably sits two little ones (four if you insert the optional extra bench) so you can do a school and grocery run with ease! The frame itself can accommodate riders between the heights of 5’, 4” and 6’, 4” with a quick adjustment of the saddle height and even the handlebar height.

Manufactured from tough galvanized steel which has a chip-resistant powder-coated finish, a marine-grade plywood box and internal gears and brakes, this Babboe is designed for perpetual outdoor storage and is a true four-season workhorse!

The Babboe Mini Mountain is a smaller version of the Dutch"bakfiets" (literally: bucket-bike) with a touch less space but far greater manoeuvrability. Combining the high-torque Yamaha 250w mid-drive electric motor and the step-less Nuvinci 330 gear hub you can get up to speed no matter how much weight you are carrying and then stop on a dime with the powerful hydraulic disc brakes.

With its low-slung frame and cargo bin, the centre of balance is stable and the drive from the Yamaha motor is controlled and comfortable resulting a cargo bike that is fast and maneuverable. The cargo bin has a weight capacity of 80kg and comfortably sits two little ones so you can do a school and grocery run with ease! The frame itself can accommodate riders between the heights of 5’, 4” and 6’, 4” with a quick adjustment of the saddle height and even the handlebar height.

The rest of the spec does not disappoint with a frame manufactured from tough galvanized Hi-Ten steel which has a chip-resistant powder-coated finish and a marine-grade plywood box with a battery compartment under the bench tucked away from curious hands, this Babboe is designed for perpetual outdoor storage and is a true four-season workhorse!

Whether you are carrying you kids to school, your tools to a job or doing a large grocery run the Babboe Mini has your back. A slightly smaller version of the popular Babboe City, the Mini comes standard with maintenance-free components and durable materials throughout, keeping repairs to a minimum and the performance high-grade. Whether you're a rider or a passenger, it's a lot of fun, and brings with it the feeling of freedom that no other mode of transportation can match.  

The Mini is a classic two wheeled "bakfiets" (literally: bucket-bike); a cargo bike for those looking for a faster and more maneuverable ride. With its low cargo bin, the centre of balance is stable, and the ride is controlled and comfortable. The large cargo bin has a capacity of 80kg and comfortably sits two little ones so you can do a school and grocery run with ease! The frame itself can accommodate riders between the heights of 5’, 4” and 6’, 4” with a quick adjustment of the saddle height and even the handlebar height.

Manufactured from tough galvanized steel which has a chip-resistant powder-coated finish, a marine-grade plywood box and internal gears and brakes, this Babboe is designed for perpetual outdoor storage and is a true four-season workhorse!

The Babboe Slim is a clever challenge to the North American "longtail" bikes like Yuba and Benno and definitely raises an eyebrow at their design. The first challenge is impact resistance. All EU cargo bikes are tested to withstand impacts of up to 40km/hour, whereas this concern isn't remotely baked into the longtail design. In Babboe's eyes, a longtail is really one step up from a regular bike with a childseat (albeit a big step, a long tail is much safer than a regular bike with a childseat). The second challenge is: what kind of childhood memories are created when your children are riding behind you, staring at your back? The Slim puts the children up front, where they can see and where you can see them. Plus, the kids sit much lower than on a longtail, meaning you get better handling and more cargo safety in case of a fall. Combined with its impact-resistant frame, the Slim is a formidable challenge indeed!

Complete with a powerful Yamaha e-assist motor, the Slim gives you 250W of nominal power up to nearly 600W of peak power, meaning no hill is too steep - even fully loaded with kids or cargo. Powerful hydraulic disc brakes ensure perfect stopping power, while the "stepless" (there are no clicks between gears) Nuvinci hub is as low-maintenance as it is massive in gear range.

Manufactured from tough galvanized steel which has a chip-resistant powder-coated finish, a marine-grade plywood board and powerful disc brakes to match the awesome strength of the motor, the Babboe Slim is ready to take you and your loved ones far and wide.

The Babboe Big is probably the best selling cargo bike in the world and with good reason. It's well built, maintenance free, stable, easy to ride and best of all: affordable. Cargo bikes lend themselves to family engagement so you can start to enjoy not only the city in which you live, but your passengers up front.

The Big is a classic three wheeled "bakfiets" with a traditional box-steering mechanism; a cargo bike for those looking for sure-footed stability at a price that won't break the bank. The cargo box capacity is a whopping 100kg and comfortably sits four little ones on the two benches with ample room left over for cargo. The frame itself can accommodate riders between the heights of 5’, 4” and 6’, 4” with a quick adjustment of the saddle height and even the handlebar adjusts so you get the perfect fit.

Supplied with maintenance-free components and durable materials throughout, the Big keeps repairs to a minimum. Dependable Shimano roller brakes and Sturmey Archer drum brakes and the brilliant Shimano Nexus 7 speed internal geared hub means no worries year-round. The rest of the spec does not disappoint with a frame manufactured from tough galvanized steel that has a chip-resistant powder-coated finish and a marine-grade beech plywood box. The Big has been extensively tested by the German TÜV for safety and durability making it one of the safest cargo bikes on the road and is designed for perpetual outdoor storage and is a true four-season workhorse.

The Babboe Dog is specially designed to transport your canine family. Maybe you’ve got to get those pups to the vet, to the park, maybe they just want to go for a ride, the Dog lets you do all that and more without hopping in the car once. Sure, you could walk around the block, but there’s that park across town that’s a field of dreams for your doggo and their pals.

Based on the best-selling Big platform, a classic three wheeled "bakfiets" with a traditional box-steering mechanism . The cargo box capacity is a whopping 100kg and features an ingenious trap door that hinges open to turn into an easy access ramp for the dog to walk into the box. The door then folds back up and latches in place keeping your best pal safe and sound with ample space for an extra bench that can be affixed to the back wall of the box, just in case your kids want to go along for the ride.

The Dog keeps repairs to a minimum with dependable Shimano roller brakes and Sturmey Archer drum brakes and the brilliant Shimano Nexus 7 speed internal geared hub means no worries year-round. The rest of the spec does not disappoint with a frame manufactured from tough galvanized steel that has a chip-resistant powder-coated finish and a marine-grade plywood box. The Dog has been extensively tested by the German TÜV for safety and durability making it one of the safest cargo bikes on the road and is designed for perpetual outdoor storage and is a true four-season workhorse

The Babboe Transporter is the cargo bike designed specifically for cargo . There’s no better way than to deliver a shipment, pick up an epic amount of groceries, get your tools to a job or promote your business all over town. The Transporter is the bike of choice offering huge storage and ample panelling space for vinyl and logos.

Based on the best-selling Big platform, a classic three wheeled "bakfiets" with a traditional box-steering mechanism meaning it’s stable and easy to ride, even with a ton of weight in the box. The cargo box capacity is a whopping 100kg and is constructed from marine-grade plywood, so you’ve got outdoor storage and all-weather usability. The hydraulic closing lid with a built-in lock will keep all your precious tools or cargo safe from prying eyes and thieves.

The Transporter keeps repairs to a minimum with dependable Shimano roller brakes and Sturmey Archer drum brakes and the brilliant Shimano Nexus 7 speed internal geared hub means no worries year-round. The rest of the spec does not disappoint with a frame manufactured from tough galvanized steel that has a chip-resistant powder-coated finish and a marine-grade plywood box. The Transporter has been extensively tested by the German TÜV for safety and durability making it one of the safest cargo bikes on the road and is designed for perpetual outdoor storage and is a true four-season workhorse.

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.

Urban Arrow 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. Here 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.


The Urban Arrow Family is the most advanced two-wheeled cargo bike on the market and represents a revolution in materials and technology when compared to other classic Dutch 'bakfiets' bikes.  

The frame is made of rust-proof, lightweight aluminum that is large in diameter to increase stiffness across the long wheelbase (on other brands you can really feel the frame flex as you corner). And, instead of using wood or plastics to provide impact resistance, the Urban Arrow cleverly uses lightweight EPS foam, the same impact resistant material found in approved bicycle helmets (it has nice armrests inside too!).

The Urban Arrow uses a powerful Bosch Performance Line motor, providing sustained 350W power up the biggest hills and lots of torque to get the bike accelerating to a safe speed. With nearly 80km of range, the Urban Arrow can multitask distance and topography with pure ease. Powerful hydraulic disc brakes ensure total control in corners and hard stops when the situation calls for it.

With the option for an extra bench or a baby seat the Urban Arrow can grow with your family. Best of all, when the kids are grown up you can replace the entire front end of the bike with the Shorty front-end, making it a great commuter bike with trunk space to boot!

The Urban Arrow Family is the most advanced two-wheeled cargo bike on the market and represents a revolution in materials and technology when compared to other classic Dutch 'bakfiets' bikes.  

The frame is made of rust-proof, lightweight aluminum that is large in diameter to increase stiffness across the long wheelbase (on other brands you can really feel the frame flex as you corner). And, instead of using wood or plastics to provide impact resistance, the Urban Arrow cleverly uses lightweight EPS foam, the same impact resistant material found in approved bicycle helmets (it has nice armrests inside too!).

The Urban Arrow Bosch Performance CX model is for those who carry a ton of cargo or have a ton of hills (or both!). With a massive 75nm torque band, the CX accelerates up the biggest hills and the larger 500W battery kicks up the mileage to 100km on a single charge. To control this power, the CX model comes with high-end Shimano Zee hydraulic disc brakes that offer unparalleled modulation and stopping power. Other upgrades are more powerful lights and Urban Arrows new-and-improved UA4 frame which is stiffer than the previous UA3 model.

With the option for an extra bench or a baby seat the Urban Arrow can grow with your family. Best of all, when the kids are grown up you can replace the entire front end of the bike with the Shorty front-end, making it a great commuter bike with trunk space to boot!

Lightweight and high-performance, the Bullitt stands out as an outlier in a market dominated by heavy cargo bikes that lack that performance bike feel.

Bullitt's are a highly reactive bike that connects to your mind. Speedy if you want it to be; slow and stable if that's what traffic demands. Used by courier companies worldwide, this is a bike that can safely monetize package delivery with its stiff, lightweight aluminum frame.

But, our primary Bullitt buyer is someone who wants safety and absolute responsiveness. That's why a Bullitt is the perfect commuter cargo bike but also the perfect way to entertain your kids while you get your weekly ride in.


The Bullitt cargo bike is a high-handling cargo bike in a world of cargo bikes that assume their customers are over-cautious and inexperienced as cyclists. Bullitt makes no such assumption. Their cargo bikes are a revival of the two-wheeled Danish "long john" (the two-wheeled cargo bike is a Danish invention) and it's meant to hop curbs, maneuver tight around corners, accelerate quickly and drop off packages (or kids) quickly - because hey, time is money. This bike is all about handling, and that means the ride is as safe as your handling skills. You can ride slow-and-safe as you drop off the kids and then hammer and corner your way to work. It's as fast as you want it to be and as safe as you want it to be.  

This stripped-down Bullitt is for the user who's got a plan, whether that means strapping cargo down to the chassis by bungee cord, buying one of Bullitts cargo-boxes on the chassis (available by special order), or throwing down a big rubbermaid container down for groceries. You just have to choose your frame colour and drivetrain.

Year-round cyclists who want low maintenance usually opt for the internal gear options. The Alfine 8 hub option uses a lighter alloy hub and jacks the ratio up to a decent 306% - great for hills, speed, and everything in between. Want lower maintenance? Add the Alfine 8 system with the Gates Belt drive.

The two derailleur systems on-offer vastly increase climbing and speed range and also lighten up the bike significantly - but they do add maintenance, especially in winter. The Deore system has 20 speeds with a massive 327% gear range, most of it on the climbing side. However, if you're carrying heavy loads, have bigger hills, and don't want the e-assist options we advise spending the dough on the XT drivetrain. The XT drivetrain use a large 42T rear cog (the Deore only has a 32T), giving you a massive 418% gear range, perfect for all-terrain all-payload and all-everything.

Commuting longer distances with precious cargo? The Bullitt kids pack takes the responsive-feel of your performance bike and gives you and your kids a platform that is super fun - but most importantly, safe - to ride. This package includes the impact-resistant and waterproof Bullitt canopy (with a roll-up window for sunny days) and the foldable seat that only takes up 10cm of space with folded, leaving the chassis open for dogs, groceries, and trips to the hardware store.

This is the ultimate low maintenance, all-weather machine. The Nexus 5 hub is Shimano's purpose-built e-bike hub; low-maintenance and made to sustain the constant torque and power of their E6100 motor. The E6100 motor, meanwhile, has an insane 500W of peak power (250W nominal), 60nm of torque (perfect for uphill acceleration), and a massive 418W battery that can push up to 180km on a single charge. And, with the Gates CDX belt drive, you get up to 30,000km of zero-maintenance drivetrain use. Add the electric shifting and hydraulic brakes and you have the perfect winter bike (no cable freeze, no chain, almost no maintenance).

Anybody who has ridden a Bullitt knows the feeling. Whereas most cargo bikes are heavy, sluggish and tend to 'bow' in corners, the Bullitt is light, fast and ultra-stiff. What you give it, it gives back. This performance is only advanced by a performance geometry that maximizes pedal-transfer and steering performance. It's a highly responsive machine... it reads your mind. This is even more the case with the E6100 motor constantly tuning power to your torque, cadence and wheel RPM. Add the automatic electric shifting (there's a manual option too), and this is pure mind-bike connection.

The cargo-pack Bullitt is designed for the user who's carrying stuff but doesn't want to commit to the Convoy Box. Whether you're doing groceries or making deliveries the cargo-pack Bullitt still makes room for the foldable seat, in case the kids need carrying too. The lightweight BBX side panels are highly impact resistant and there's a waterproof top included to keep your cargo dry.

Bullitts are designed for performance and this bike amplifies that performance seriously. Take one look at the drivetrain. The massive 11-42 XT 12-speed cassette provides a massive 418% gear range (and is a much lighter option than the internal gear hub options available). The E6100 motor, meanwhile, has a robust 250W of peak power, 60nm of torque (perfect for uphill acceleration), and a massive 418W battery that can push up to 180km on a single charge. Want a bike that reads your mind? While the motor constantly tunes torque and power to your needs, the electric shifting automatically finds your gear when you need it (there's a manual option too). Acceleration, hills, cornering, speed... load it up with cargo and punch a hole in gridlock. This bike is ready to make a massive difference in your life.

Anybody who has ridden a Bullitt knows the feeling. Whereas most cargo bikes are heavy, sluggish and tend to 'bow' in corners, the Bullitt is light, fast and ultra-stiff. What you give it, it gives back. This performance is only advanced by a performance geometry that maximizes pedal-transfer and steering performance. It's a highly responsive machine... it reads your mind. This is even more the case with the E6100 motor constantly tuning power to your torque, cadence and wheel RPM. Add the automatic electric shifting (there's a manual option too), and this is pure mind-bike connection.


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