Discover Cargo Bike

Utility Bikes

Built with more traditional wheelbase, these bikes have stronger frames and shorter decks than longtails. They’re meant to be more nimble than larger cargo bikes, but still have the capacity to haul heavy loads using racks, trailers and baskets.

Cycle Trucks

A Cycle Truck has a front rack affixed to the frame and poised over a smaller front wheel. The overall size of the frame is commensurate with a standard road bike. Like most cargo bikes, the cycle truck has a more upright riding position.


Longtails have an extra-long wheelbase towards the back, which accommodates a long deck. Cargo can be secured via nets and more than two panniers can be affixed to the rear rack of stacked on wide loading decks. There are a lot of options for arranging storage. Child carrying accessories are available to many longtail designs.

Long Johns

Developed in Denmark, Long John bikes have an extraordinarily long wheelbase towards the front, with the cargo area siting low to the ground between an elongated head tube and the font wheel which is steered via a linkage system from the handlebars. The low cargo carrier means that long Johns are extremely stable while carrying heavy loads.


The singuler form of Bakfiestsen, are traditional Dutch cargo tricycles with one or two wheels in front of or beside a (usually wooden) cargo box. Also commonly known as a box bike, they were initially used by tradespeople to make deliveris and today are often used as the modern day family cargo bike.


Tricycles usually feature an elongated frame with wheels in the back, on either side of a seat, cargo box of platform. A two-front-wheels setup is also common. Trikes offer cargo stability at the sacrifice of nimbleness.