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Boda Boda All-Terrain

5.00 out of 5
(6)
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Half mountain bike - Half cargo bike

The Boda Boda All-Terrain is Yuba’s first designated off-road cargo bike, built mission-ready.

Its stealthy attitude and solid-built frame allow you to take anything and anyone with you. With hydraulic disc brakes, beefed up components and a 220-pound cargo capacity, there’s almost no limit what this cargo bike can do.

And, it comes in Special Ops Black—only!

Boda Boda All-Terrain Features

Rough & Tough

This bomber cargo bike is outfitted with knobby WTB tires and grips for extra traction on the trail, paired with ultra durable rims and sleek saddle for the road.

Specifications:
  • 2×10 SRAM
  • Hydraulic Disc Brakes
  • Aluminum Frame & Cro-Mo Fork
  • WTB All-Terrain Sport Tires
  • WTB rims
  • WTB Saddle and Grips
  • Color Black only
Included:
  • Wheelskirts
  • Side Stand
  • 2-Year Warranty (frame)

Specs/Features

  • REAL PAYLOAD: 220 lbs / 100 kg
  • GEARING: 2×10
  • WEIGHT: 39 lbs / 17.5 kg
  • BIKE LENGTH: 6’1″ / 186 cm

Resources

5 out of 5

We have a ten year old son who is delayed in learning to ride a bike. We used a trail-a-bike for a few years, but he’s now outgrown that. The Boda Boda All-Terrain looked like a good option to resume our family bike rides with our other sons while our ten year old learns to ride himself and build his stamina. To our delight, the All-Terrain has been a great solution. Due to time constraints of a recent trip, I fitted a seat and handle bars I bought off Amazon to the All-Terrain for him to sit on the back and they worked well. He loves bike rides, and the bike is sturdy to carry his 85 pounds with no issues. We have an excellent short term solution for bike rides now, and when he learns to ride his own bike, we can convert the All-Terrain to a grocery-getter or other use around town.

Marc Bronzetti
5 out of 5

This is my fourth longtail cargo bike. Love it! The kickstand needs to be a double for stability while loading a toddler. Otherwise love the flexibility the weight distribution the gearing the brakes

Jared
5 out of 5

I use my Boda Boda All-Terrain to take two infants to daycare, and haul family groceries. I look forward to riding it every day! I like the short wheelbase compared to other cargo bikes, because it can be transported on a regular roof-mounted bike rack, and can easily be stored upright on a wall hook inside the home. I did experience some wiggly handling with an infant and a toddler on the back, even with the rigidly-connected Yepp seats. I’ve ridden a variety of bikes almost every day of my life so I don’t think it was due to a lack of riding ability. So I moved some weight forward by adding a Surly front rack, putting my manly satchel and formula bottles low down in front panniers, and changing out the handlebars (see below) and the wiggles disappeared.
As a bike nerd there are many things I like about this bike–the 2×10 gearing and long chain mean you can use every gear without cross-chaining. The stiffness of the external bearing BB and the 1.5″ headset with added weld plates (and the welded rack) mean you can ride it quite hard without much flex, and the gearing is low enough for singletrack or for loaded touring.
I have only two concerns—first, there’s only one eyelet on the front fork to attach a rack; this severely limits your rack options. Second, the stock handlebars have a very swept-back hand position that put me (5’11”, 58cm frame) in an upright sitting posture, which is not ideal with a heavy load on the rear. I changed them for a bar with a neutral hand position and more forward reach.
There are no eyelets for rear fenders, so you have to order special fenders from Yuba; they’re not (Jan 2018) listed on the website, so you have to call. The stock single kickstand doesn’t support the bike under top-heavy loads, so for kids you’ll want to upgrade to the double kickstand and add the “deflopilator”. To absorb potholes, I changed to a 26×2.35 balloon tire—that’s about the max that manufacturers recommend on a 23mm rim.

Owen Howlett
5 out of 5

Love it! Great for bike commuting, holds all of my gear. Perfect for taking kids longer distances than they could safely bike themselves. It feels stable with two kids onboard… Or an adult that doesn’t wiggle too much. I love my bike.

Laura
5 out of 5

I bought my Boda Boda All -Terrain e bike about a year ago and use it to take my son to school and pick him up everyday its faster than driving a car at those hours. No problems to reports and would recommend to anybody who needs to commute around town and can take a friend with you.

MIKE

michael w Long
5 out of 5

The Boda Boda All-Terrain has been a great solution to my daily commuting needs in Washington, D.C. I have ridden it nearly every day for the past nine months, taking my son to school and then continuing on to work. I especially appreciate the stability of the bike with a passenger; my son routinely switches from facing forward, to the side, and then facing backward, without impacting my balance. When he wants to play with a pal, I can take both him and his buddy to a nearby park and the added weight hardly slows us down. I have found the Boda Boda All-Terrain to be a reliable friend and could not imagine our urban life without it!

Doug

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5 out of 5

We have a ten year old son who is delayed in learning to ride a bike. We used a trail-a-bike for a few years, but he’s now outgrown that. The Boda Boda All-Terrain looked like a good option to resume our family bike rides with our other sons while our ten year old learns to ride himself and build his stamina. To our delight, the All-Terrain has been a great solution. Due to time constraints of a recent trip, I fitted a seat and handle bars I bought off Amazon to the All-Terrain for him to sit on the back and they worked well. He loves bike rides, and the bike is sturdy to carry his 85 pounds with no issues. We have an excellent short term solution for bike rides now, and when he learns to ride his own bike, we can convert the All-Terrain to a grocery-getter or other use around town.

Marc Bronzetti
5 out of 5

This is my fourth longtail cargo bike. Love it! The kickstand needs to be a double for stability while loading a toddler. Otherwise love the flexibility the weight distribution the gearing the brakes

Jared
5 out of 5

I use my Boda Boda All-Terrain to take two infants to daycare, and haul family groceries. I look forward to riding it every day! I like the short wheelbase compared to other cargo bikes, because it can be transported on a regular roof-mounted bike rack, and can easily be stored upright on a wall hook inside the home. I did experience some wiggly handling with an infant and a toddler on the back, even with the rigidly-connected Yepp seats. I’ve ridden a variety of bikes almost every day of my life so I don’t think it was due to a lack of riding ability. So I moved some weight forward by adding a Surly front rack, putting my manly satchel and formula bottles low down in front panniers, and changing out the handlebars (see below) and the wiggles disappeared.
As a bike nerd there are many things I like about this bike–the 2×10 gearing and long chain mean you can use every gear without cross-chaining. The stiffness of the external bearing BB and the 1.5″ headset with added weld plates (and the welded rack) mean you can ride it quite hard without much flex, and the gearing is low enough for singletrack or for loaded touring.
I have only two concerns—first, there’s only one eyelet on the front fork to attach a rack; this severely limits your rack options. Second, the stock handlebars have a very swept-back hand position that put me (5’11”, 58cm frame) in an upright sitting posture, which is not ideal with a heavy load on the rear. I changed them for a bar with a neutral hand position and more forward reach.
There are no eyelets for rear fenders, so you have to order special fenders from Yuba; they’re not (Jan 2018) listed on the website, so you have to call. The stock single kickstand doesn’t support the bike under top-heavy loads, so for kids you’ll want to upgrade to the double kickstand and add the “deflopilator”. To absorb potholes, I changed to a 26×2.35 balloon tire—that’s about the max that manufacturers recommend on a 23mm rim.

Owen Howlett
5 out of 5

Love it! Great for bike commuting, holds all of my gear. Perfect for taking kids longer distances than they could safely bike themselves. It feels stable with two kids onboard… Or an adult that doesn’t wiggle too much. I love my bike.

Laura
5 out of 5

I bought my Boda Boda All -Terrain e bike about a year ago and use it to take my son to school and pick him up everyday its faster than driving a car at those hours. No problems to reports and would recommend to anybody who needs to commute around town and can take a friend with you.

MIKE

michael w Long
5 out of 5

The Boda Boda All-Terrain has been a great solution to my daily commuting needs in Washington, D.C. I have ridden it nearly every day for the past nine months, taking my son to school and then continuing on to work. I especially appreciate the stability of the bike with a passenger; my son routinely switches from facing forward, to the side, and then facing backward, without impacting my balance. When he wants to play with a pal, I can take both him and his buddy to a nearby park and the added weight hardly slows us down. I have found the Boda Boda All-Terrain to be a reliable friend and could not imagine our urban life without it!

Doug

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