Cargo bikes look kind of clunky, which may explain why they’ve been slower to catch on in the US. Still, if you’re looking to go low/no-car, a bicycle with room for groceries could go a long ways towards getting you there – they’d be even more convenient than the bus/train for shopping trips. Denmark’s Butchers and Bicycles has figured out how to lower the clunky factor in a cargo bike: tilt action! Take a look at this post from sister site Planetsave for the deets on this sweet ride (that goes on sale this month):
Cargo bikes and trikes are just starting to catch on in North America, after a long history in Denmark, the Netherlands, and Germany. And now might be a great time to jump in and get one. Copenhagen-based Butchers and Bicycles has created a pretty…
Top image credit: screen capture from “MK1 – Tilt-action cargo trike from Butchers & Bicycles, Copenhagen” video
Awesome cargo bike! Also love the vintage-inspired feel of the video!