The cargo bike refined.
We’d like to introduce you to the newest member of the Yuba Family: the Boda Boda. It’s a cargo bike designed for everyday transportation, anywhere you see fit—really, it’ll fit most anywhere: transit racks, the elevator, your car, the subway, your 4th-floor walk-up… Trust us, this is impressive.
The Boda Boda has even more creature comforts than its big brother—the Mundo—though it looks and feels similar to a regular bicycle. Speaking of regular bicycles, the Boda Boda is one. No kids to carry? No load to bear? Want to cruise from point A to point B, exercise? Ride your Boda Boda—no cargo required.
Handy features, such as a handhold for carrying, optional step-through frame, and upright, casual styling, make the Boda Boda a favorite with city dwellers, kid-carriers, smaller riders, commuters, and the like. Its thoughtful design, modest size, superb handling, and fresh style make the Boda Boda the world’s, lightest, and most compact cargo bike—for real life!
The Boda Boda is for everyone from the cargo-enthusiast, to the easy-rider, and everyone in between. Suit yourself.
Yuba’s complete line of add-on make it easy to configure the bike for your needs, including seating options that grow with the passenger.
• Passenger of Any Age
• Kid's Memory Machine
• Fits on Transit Racks
• Geared for Fun
The Boda Boda is available in both a Step-Thru (green and white) and Step-Over version (red).
Built to European specifications:
• dynamo-powered LED hub lights
• Schwalbe Big Ben tires w/ reflective stripe
- Mademan.com 9/18/14
"It’s the minivan of bicycles, though with more panache than that designation suggests. If you’ve ever dreamt of ditching your car once and for all for a two-wheeled lifestyle, the Boda Boda might just be the perfect replacement."
- Outside Magazine 10/23/12
"Another appreciated feature on such a long bike is that the ‘S’ downtube allows the front wheel to be turned 180-degrees, shortening the wheelbase enough to allow the Boda Boda to fit in a city bike rack much more easily."
- Bike Radar 9/26/12