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January 13, 2007

This is a bike I really want to stock

Filed under: New products — schmadzie @ 2:36 pm Cargobike (long version) Cargobike Long Child Transport Bicycle

The brilliant, child transport and utility bicycle. Easier pedaling and nicer riding than any trike, and the low carrier makes it light handling and stable. Quality construction and all the features of a Dutch city bike.

You can carry 3 kids, or 2 children and a baby in a Maxi-Cosi. Or one child and lots of groceries! 

The Cargobike rolls right on and off its Stabilo center-stand, and kids can safely climb in and out themselves. Kids love sitting up front, and parent-child communication is easy. Like other WorkCycles our Cargobike is considerably upgraded: Better gear systems, fatter tires, much improved lighting, adjustable saddle, lots of great colors and more!




Uses- Child transport, general family use, errands.

Load capacity- 80kg front, 30kg rear

Key specs-


  • 2nd bench (3 kids)

  • Maxi-Cosi holder
  • Reflective stripes, flames
  • Child canopy, flat cargo canopy

Above photos stolen from the awsomely inspiring

Now, we don’t actually have any of these bikes. The deal is, I need to order a minimum of 5, and they will retail around $3500 each by the time they get here. They don’t carry as much as the Christainias, but are I would say a lot more manouverable, and better to ride on off camber roads. ie much better for Sydney. I am happy to have 2 or 3 for stock, but ideally i need 2 or 3 deposits ($1000 deposits) on these bikes before I can afford to import some from Holland. They look awesome, and especially after seeing their success in Holland and in America, I am so keen to get them.

I tell you what. For the first order, if anyone is willing to pay upfront , I will give you $500 off (basically our profit margin). ie $3000 super special offer.

So, who’s in?


  1. This is a bike I really want to buy

    At last, we’ve got an Australian importer for a Dutch utility bike. Yay!…

    Trackback by Treadly and Me — January 15, 2007 @ 9:19 pm

  2. super cool bikes bro!

    but darling brother, what would you like for your birthday?

    Comment by li'l sista — January 16, 2007 @ 12:47 pm

  3. OK we got 1 or 2 keen bakfietsers.
    Need 2 more and I can put in an order.

    Comment by schmadzie — January 19, 2007 @ 1:05 pm

  4. where can i get a bike like this from?

    Comment by kyleen — February 4, 2007 @ 9:09 pm

  5. Yes, i’m right now living in Italy but moving to Melbourne in the middle of May.
    I’m dutch and last christmas i have seen lots of these bikes in Amsterdam and i would love to have one.
    So please keep me updated on any progress or news concerning importing these bikes to Australia.
    I be more than interested in buying one.


    Comment by Jeanette Rientjes — March 2, 2007 @ 1:18 am

  6. Please send product literature and DVD if avail. to me at my home. I NEED this bike!
    228 Main Street 1-A
    West Haven, CT 06516

    Comment by LWilliams — June 28, 2007 @ 4:41 pm

  7. heya!!

    I’m in Melbourne. Do you know of anyone here that imports bakfiets? I’d possibly be up for getting one but i’d have to then get it down here. I just trialled a christiania bike but its tricky on sloped or bumpy surfaces. I’m trying to find the best child carrying bike. any tips?


    Comment by Leah — July 14, 2008 @ 9:54 pm

  8. Good news! Check out Cargo Cycles now available in Australia. Soon to be available at Cheeky Transport..

    Comment by nicholasb — July 15, 2008 @ 9:27 am

  9. Wicked. I nearly ordered one but wanted to have a look at them first. SWEEEEEET!

    Comment by shifty — July 16, 2008 @ 7:50 am

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