Yuba Spicy Curry Bosch Electric Cargo Bike | Yuba Electric Cargo Bikes

Spicy Curry Bosch

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The Ultimate Electric Cargo Bike

The award-winning Spicy Curry electric cargo bike now with state-of-the-art Bosch eBike performance system capable of serious climbing and unparalleled range. Parents love the extra low rear rack for added stability over their wiggly load. Customize your cargo bike with our Awesome Add-Ons!

Spicy Curry Bosch Features

Powerful Motor

The Spicy Curry is outfitted with the powerful and whip smart Bosch Performance Line CX Motor and the long lasting PowerPack 400 battery. This system offers speed and stamina with smooth transitions.  It’s lightweight and quiet so you get that natural bike riding feel, even with a little help.

Spicy Curry Bosch Electric Cargo Bike
  • Bosch Performance Line CX Motor + PowerPack 400
  • Now with compact Purion display
  • Practical with the Yuba Add-On cargo system
  • Carries long, bulky and tall cargo
  • Low-rider cargo rack with 20 inch rear wheel for increased stability and load safety
  • Sturdy aluminum frame
  • Hauls 300 lbs. of cargo PLUS the rider

Specs/Features

Yuba Spicy Curry Electric Cargo Bike with Bosch motor

  • REAL PAYLOAD: 300 lbs / 136 kg
  • GEARING: 250 Watt Motor, 10 Speed
  • WEIGHT: 60 lbs / 27 kg
  • BATTERY: Li-ion, 36V, 11Ah, 400Wh
  • BATTERY RANGE: 30-60 miles / 48-100 km
  • BIKE LENGTH: 6’6″ / 202 cm

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85 Shares
5 out of 5

We love our Spicy Curry! It’s been a fantastic way to get out of the car and get around town. Our kids love it too and actually prefer it over driving. Super stable, hefty, carries plenty of weight, and feels like it’s built like a tank. Our only complaint is that we blew through the stock brakes really fast (600 miles or so took them all the way down to the point that we had to replace the rotors as well), but our local shop (G&O Family Cyclery in Seattle) hooked us up with some beefier brakes. All in all though it’s been worth every penny and we could not be more thrilled with it.

85 Shares
Brian
5 out of 5

Wow. Have you ever ridden a bike with someone on your handlebars? No? Well, ‘driving’ the Spicy Curry will allow you the thrilling experience of balancing you and your best-friend-cargo on busy city bike lanes.
You will forget about the squeaky spring attached to the front fork as you nervously navigate around corners. CAUTION. You will be scared, but push through for a leisurely ride with 300 lbs of whomever you like.
Honestly, the only way to describe it is “an experience.”
Take one for a spin at Performance Bicycle in Seattle.

85 Shares
Greth McCallister
5 out of 5

We’ve had our Spicy Curry Bosch for a few months and 400 miles, so time for a review….it’s amazing! I must have 5 bikes in the garage, and this one is now my all-time favorite. My 2-year old daughter and I ride it just about daily, and we both love, love, love it. The frame is the right size that with just an easy adjustment of the seatpost, either myself (6’0″) or my wife (5’7″) can ride comfortably.

First off, the frame itself is of very high quality, and it is STIFF. I’m sure it could carry much more than the 300 pounds cargo it is rated to.
The components are nice as well. The Schawble tires don’t have the smoothest ride quality, but they are bombproof – not flats while riding over some truly bad roads and lots of gravel. The Shimano M396 brakes were a welcome surprise – these aren’t as nearly as expensive as the ones on my mountain bike, but I’m hard-pressed to find any major differences. Great brakes, not just for the money.

The Bosch motor and battery are absolutely killer! Our daily ride involves a bit of 12% grade, and the torque that the Bosch cranks out is seriously impressive. The user interface is intuitive and helpful. Maybe my only two complaints about the bike is that I didn’t have the option to get the larger Bosch Powerpack 500, and that I can’t set up the bike to run two batteries at once. Only a minor annoyance – I plan on buying an extra Powerpack 500 and just carrying it with me for the longer rides.
I absolutely love that the bike comes stock with nice fenders and lights – thanks Yuba, I wish more bike companies would follow you there.

The bike is a great value – I know, that’s crazy to say for a $4500 ride, but it is less pricey than some of the other bikes we looked at (Xtracycle, Bullit, Ubran Arrow) and just as high, if not higher quality. Depending on your situation it can truly be a car-replacement. Even more importantly to me, it allows me to ride everyday while spending time with my daughter! Very much looking forward to next year when my son is old enough to get on as well.

Oh yeah – be prepared to spend a little extra time every time you take this to the grocery store – someone ALWAYS stops and asks me about the bike. I’m happy to stop and tell them how awesome it is.

85 Shares
David
5 out of 5

Life changer! My wife was skeptical when I got the bike because she hates going on rides with me and trying to keep up. We rode to the beach the other day, with her hauling our little one on the Spicy Curry and me on a regular commuter bike. Not only did she keep up, she kicked my butt and made me work hard to keep up with her on the way back. I now take my son to school and back daily with ease and am transitioning from driving to biking more! This bike opens up a world of opportunities. Oh, and of course my son loves riding in it!

85 Shares
Josue
5 out of 5

“It’s a total game changer!” That’s what all our early-adopter cargo ebike friends told us when we were considering getting a Spicy Curry Bosch. Our family couldn’t have imagined how much a game changer until we experienced it for ourselves. We bought our ebike for pragmatic reasons — work commute, kid transport, errands — but every trip feels more like a joyride. It’s good for the planet, good for our health, heaps of fun, and puts us all in the best mood. Our 4-year old son was gleefully hooting and hollering the whole ride to preschool this morning — something we’ve never heard him do from his carseat! Our Spicy Curry puts smiles on our faces, and it seems to do the same for all those we pass.

Some practical things we’ve learned:

1) There’s a 1′ height differential between us. The OSFA frame really is fine.

2) The smaller back wheel is key for stability, especially if you’re short. This is an advantage of the Spicy Curry over some of its competitors.

3) You can attach a Chariot baby trailer to a Spicy Curry. It’s a tight a fit, but it works. Super helpful for hauling kids, groceries, etc.

4) The original plan was to have our 4-year old in the monkey bars, and our 2-year old sit behind him in a Yepp Maxi Easyfit baby seat. We then learned that installation of this chair requires the inner monkey bars to be removed. Because our son is too small for that just yet, we’ve opted to keep our 2-year old daughter in the Chariot for now. We’re kind of a ridiculous sight to behold, all 10′ of us, but it works.

We enthusiastically recommend the Spicy Curry Bosch. A game changer, to be sure.

85 Shares
Annie & Travis Riddell, Jackson, Wyoming
5 out of 5

Of all the momma bike options out there the yuba is hands down the pimptest one rolling. The mrs transports three kids 15km each way to school in the morning. 100x better than sitting in a car in traffic jam! The bike is as solid as any of high end mountain bikes and despite the slick-ish tires the spicey curry can handle some off road when needed. We got a number of accessories and they are worth it every penny. We’re planning a family bike packing adventure for end of summer. I am certain it will perform splendid.

85 Shares
Robert Brown
5 out of 5

Love our Spicy Curry. Commute 14 miles to work and back in Colorado and plenty of battery (700’ total elevation gain on way there and 595’ on way back). Take the kids to school and they love it and have to show all their friends. Was dad of the year in our neighborhood when I strapped a torpedo keg of local pale ale to the back and a yeti cooler in the bread basket with wine on Halloween. End of the night I had two kids and the keg all in two and felt stable. I’ve owned it for about 7 months now.

85 Shares
Lance
5 out of 5

Our Spicy Curry is the hottest thing to hit our family since having a third kid! This bike moves and hauls like a boss and excites the offspring about going anywhere. Be wary though, it turns more heads than I’m comfortable with. Good thing I can speed away (with ease) before anyone can talk to me!

85 Shares
Ryan
5 out of 5

Love my Spicy Curry! I can actually get my kid drop to school in less time because I can bypass the cars in the drop off line. I also found an unexpected time savings in morning routine as well…….

MORNINGS WITH CAR:
7:15 Me: “Get ready, we are driving to school”
……
……
7:20 Me: “How come you don’t have shoes on?”
7:25 Kiddo “I can’t find them”
……
……
……
7:26 Me: “They are in the bin where they belong. Dont’t forget a coat…….”
……
……
7:30 Me “CLIMB IN!… BUCKLE UP!! ….We are LATE!”
.……
7:35 DEPART

MORNIGNS WITH CARGO BIKE
7:15 Me: “Get ready, we are riding the bike to school.”
7:20 Kiddo: “Okay! I’m ready!”
7:22 DEPART

85 Shares
Joe Lamberti
5 out of 5

As a Spicy Curry owner since late 2016, I have loved it. Getting past a few mechanical issue with the help of the Yuba team (best customer service I have ever had) I am now on the Spicy Bosh platform.

After putting a little over 5000 miles between my original unit, and the Bosh as my daily commuter it is wonderful. I have a one way commute of about 17 miles up and down hills, and the ability to mix the gearing with the levels of peddle assist is wonderful. What used to take me an hour and a half to commute when I was in shape with a single pannier on a road bike now takes me a little over an hour carrying a full load of whatever!

Bike, gear, and self are running about 430lbs and at assist level 1 on flats I can keep a good 13-15mph pace. Now throw on my wine club (12btl) delivered to the office and I don’t even notice it on the back commuting home.

It is amazing how many people stop me or approach me and ask about the bike. Once I tell them I commute on it and it will carry roughly 300lbs of cargo plus myself they are amazed.

Team Yuba thanks, your dedication to providing alternative transport that works and has numerous benefits not only to the environment but to health is applauded.

85 Shares
Bryan B.
5 out of 5

Long time biker. Raced road bikes, tandems (with wife), and enjoyed long distance road, mtn biking, and commuting. When I became a photographer I had to haul gear which prevented me from commuting.

Not anymore!

Love the Spicy Curry and it’s changed my life. I’m getting all my exercise in by just biking to my office and photo shoots with all the equipment I need. Cameras, lens, light stands, backdrops… CRAZY!

85 Shares
Clint Thayer
5 out of 5

We love our Spicy!

Living on a big hill, we are able to shop and bring a full load of groceries home with no difficulty, including a 5 gallon water bottle.

For family outings all three of us hop on the Spicy (after fighting over who gets to pedal).

Nick Gaffney
Fairfax, CA

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Nicholas Gaffney
5 out of 5

We love our Spicy Curry (Bosch)! Compared to the similar Extracycle, this Yuba feels like a sporty race bike. It hauls our two daughters up the biggest hills in Seattle with ease, and has been very reliable. We had it set up with some sweet accessories like the Yepp Maxi seat, Bamboo SideBoards, Standalone Kickstand, Soft Spot seat pad and the Mini Monkey Bars. All of these Yuba accessories have worked out great.

A few other accessories I am loving are the CarSick bags and Abus Bordo Big (and Bordo Lite) locks.

We are so happy that we consulted with the owners of G&O Family Cycles in Seattle before we bought our first E-Bike. They let us know that this bike was something special, and on the first test ride I knew exactly why.

85 Shares
Mark Cannon
5 out of 5

A wonderful experience to ride, especially as you get used to working in tandem with the motor. I love being able to carry the whole family (2 adults, one kid, one dog in the front basket) on one bike up hills. We love running errands and taking it to the park. It works equally well for pleasure rides and for trips to the hardware store for lumber. For in-town transit, it nearly completely replaces the need for a car. I feel safe and visible on it, and like how I can choose whether to get a workout or to arrive at my destination completely sweat-free.

85 Shares
Daniel Wilson
5 out of 5

Purchased a Spicy Curry to bring my son to school – we live in somewhat hilly Washington, DC. I love it. Commuting time is a fraction than what it used to be. If you can afford it, I can recommend it.

85 Shares
Benjamin
5 out of 5

OMG – We LOVE our Spicy Curry! “Two adults, one child, hills” – No problem. We live in Nelson, BC Canada and ride almost all-year round. We have one of the original 2015 green Spicy Curry bikes. A match made in heaven. It has been one of our most favourite purchases. Easy on, ride, park & lock, and ride again!

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Selena Davis
5 out of 5

love it! handles all the san francisco hills with ease. we can make it to the far reaches of marin and back on a single charge. kids love riding on it as well. always feels stable

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Stephen Gamboa
5 out of 5

We did a lot of comparison shopping and even rented a front-box style tricycle before choosing a Spicy Curry. And what a good decision it was. It has brought a broad smile to the commute–both for me and for my two large kids (who fit nicely!). Traffic is no longer a daily hassle in life. The Bosch powertrain is refined and smooth; all hills are conquerable. The accessories are high quality, and the Spicy is nicely appointed with lights integrated into the Bosch system, disc brakes, and a Yepp-compatible rack. I am proud to say that the last time I drove my car, I found a spider web on the windshield.

85 Shares
Chris Hoofnagle
5 out of 5

Well, we have pretty well adopted our Spicy fully into our lives! It happened so fast! We already have about 200 miles on it in less than a month and we were gone for two weeks! So far it has obviously been hauling our two kids around everywhere. My wife and kiddos love riding it. Swim lessons, grocery store, breakfast, ice cream, the beach, you name it and if it’s local we are doing it by bike. My wife and I used to ride plenty before kids but it slowed down when we didn’t have a great bike solution for both. But now with this Spicy Curry we are really getting around! I wish we could buy a second one.

I use it for riding to work and errands. It is great to arrive to work refreshed but not sweaty from the ride. You can make it as easy or difficult as you want. So, I usually push it a little harder on the way home for a bit of a workout since I can hit the shower!

I have attached a couple of fun photos. One that all of our friends liked was the photo of a 40 pound bag of dog food on the back. The bike makes that bag look tiny! One thing that we need to figure out is a bag solution so we can more easily haul groceries. We will have to save up for a bit to afford the 2 Go Cargo Bags.

Another fun photo that gets a ton of attention is when we load for the beach. On the Spicy is my wife, two kids, two beach chairs, a quick shelter, and, beach toys! It looks pretty awesome. Some of our friends ask, “Why is she the one riding the big bike?” Ummmm, because we about fight over who gets to ride it! HA.

We ride it all over Newport Beach and Costa Mesa. I did join the aficionado program because we are stopped everywhere we go with questions about it. I have even had my photo taken several times by strangers. Some ask permission some don’t. I don’t mind, it’s just funny when they try to sneak a shot in without you noticing! HAHA!

Oh, the Spicy has literally stopped traffic……twice! Once, it was a mom wanting to ask me all about it. The second was a professional race car builder that wanted to look at the design and the welds closer. How funny.

Oh, don’t forget beer runs. A small cooler straps right on the back and holds a 12 pack with ease. Friends beg to go on beer runs when they are over at our place just as an excuse to ride it.

We do let all of our friends ride it. Everyone has the exact same reaction. They start to giggle and they say “THIS IS CRAZY!”

We both work in education. My wife is a teacher and I work for the district. So, we aren’t exactly swimming in money and riding the bike more and saving money on gas is something that is very exciting for our little family!

One last funny note. I park it inside where I work. My co-workers say I need to setup an ipad on a stand for other workers that have questions because I get pulled out 2 or 3 times a day to talk about it. Pretty funny.

Anyway, we are truly loving it.

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Matthew Jennings, Costa Mesa, Ca
5 out of 5

We love our electric spicy curry. I can take my kids on so many adventures we would normally have to hop in the car for. We all much prefer the fresh air and the excitement of doing it on our bike. I always love telling people about this bike as a great option. So many fun add ons as well.

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Emily Nelson

Reviews

5 out of 5

We love our Spicy Curry! It’s been a fantastic way to get out of the car and get around town. Our kids love it too and actually prefer it over driving. Super stable, hefty, carries plenty of weight, and feels like it’s built like a tank. Our only complaint is that we blew through the stock brakes really fast (600 miles or so took them all the way down to the point that we had to replace the rotors as well), but our local shop (G&O Family Cyclery in Seattle) hooked us up with some beefier brakes. All in all though it’s been worth every penny and we could not be more thrilled with it.

85 Shares
Brian
5 out of 5

Wow. Have you ever ridden a bike with someone on your handlebars? No? Well, ‘driving’ the Spicy Curry will allow you the thrilling experience of balancing you and your best-friend-cargo on busy city bike lanes.
You will forget about the squeaky spring attached to the front fork as you nervously navigate around corners. CAUTION. You will be scared, but push through for a leisurely ride with 300 lbs of whomever you like.
Honestly, the only way to describe it is “an experience.”
Take one for a spin at Performance Bicycle in Seattle.

85 Shares
Greth McCallister
5 out of 5

We’ve had our Spicy Curry Bosch for a few months and 400 miles, so time for a review….it’s amazing! I must have 5 bikes in the garage, and this one is now my all-time favorite. My 2-year old daughter and I ride it just about daily, and we both love, love, love it. The frame is the right size that with just an easy adjustment of the seatpost, either myself (6’0″) or my wife (5’7″) can ride comfortably.

First off, the frame itself is of very high quality, and it is STIFF. I’m sure it could carry much more than the 300 pounds cargo it is rated to.
The components are nice as well. The Schawble tires don’t have the smoothest ride quality, but they are bombproof – not flats while riding over some truly bad roads and lots of gravel. The Shimano M396 brakes were a welcome surprise – these aren’t as nearly as expensive as the ones on my mountain bike, but I’m hard-pressed to find any major differences. Great brakes, not just for the money.

The Bosch motor and battery are absolutely killer! Our daily ride involves a bit of 12% grade, and the torque that the Bosch cranks out is seriously impressive. The user interface is intuitive and helpful. Maybe my only two complaints about the bike is that I didn’t have the option to get the larger Bosch Powerpack 500, and that I can’t set up the bike to run two batteries at once. Only a minor annoyance – I plan on buying an extra Powerpack 500 and just carrying it with me for the longer rides.
I absolutely love that the bike comes stock with nice fenders and lights – thanks Yuba, I wish more bike companies would follow you there.

The bike is a great value – I know, that’s crazy to say for a $4500 ride, but it is less pricey than some of the other bikes we looked at (Xtracycle, Bullit, Ubran Arrow) and just as high, if not higher quality. Depending on your situation it can truly be a car-replacement. Even more importantly to me, it allows me to ride everyday while spending time with my daughter! Very much looking forward to next year when my son is old enough to get on as well.

Oh yeah – be prepared to spend a little extra time every time you take this to the grocery store – someone ALWAYS stops and asks me about the bike. I’m happy to stop and tell them how awesome it is.

85 Shares
David
5 out of 5

Life changer! My wife was skeptical when I got the bike because she hates going on rides with me and trying to keep up. We rode to the beach the other day, with her hauling our little one on the Spicy Curry and me on a regular commuter bike. Not only did she keep up, she kicked my butt and made me work hard to keep up with her on the way back. I now take my son to school and back daily with ease and am transitioning from driving to biking more! This bike opens up a world of opportunities. Oh, and of course my son loves riding in it!

85 Shares
Josue
5 out of 5

“It’s a total game changer!” That’s what all our early-adopter cargo ebike friends told us when we were considering getting a Spicy Curry Bosch. Our family couldn’t have imagined how much a game changer until we experienced it for ourselves. We bought our ebike for pragmatic reasons — work commute, kid transport, errands — but every trip feels more like a joyride. It’s good for the planet, good for our health, heaps of fun, and puts us all in the best mood. Our 4-year old son was gleefully hooting and hollering the whole ride to preschool this morning — something we’ve never heard him do from his carseat! Our Spicy Curry puts smiles on our faces, and it seems to do the same for all those we pass.

Some practical things we’ve learned:

1) There’s a 1′ height differential between us. The OSFA frame really is fine.

2) The smaller back wheel is key for stability, especially if you’re short. This is an advantage of the Spicy Curry over some of its competitors.

3) You can attach a Chariot baby trailer to a Spicy Curry. It’s a tight a fit, but it works. Super helpful for hauling kids, groceries, etc.

4) The original plan was to have our 4-year old in the monkey bars, and our 2-year old sit behind him in a Yepp Maxi Easyfit baby seat. We then learned that installation of this chair requires the inner monkey bars to be removed. Because our son is too small for that just yet, we’ve opted to keep our 2-year old daughter in the Chariot for now. We’re kind of a ridiculous sight to behold, all 10′ of us, but it works.

We enthusiastically recommend the Spicy Curry Bosch. A game changer, to be sure.

85 Shares
Annie & Travis Riddell, Jackson, Wyoming
5 out of 5

Of all the momma bike options out there the yuba is hands down the pimptest one rolling. The mrs transports three kids 15km each way to school in the morning. 100x better than sitting in a car in traffic jam! The bike is as solid as any of high end mountain bikes and despite the slick-ish tires the spicey curry can handle some off road when needed. We got a number of accessories and they are worth it every penny. We’re planning a family bike packing adventure for end of summer. I am certain it will perform splendid.

85 Shares
Robert Brown
5 out of 5

Love our Spicy Curry. Commute 14 miles to work and back in Colorado and plenty of battery (700’ total elevation gain on way there and 595’ on way back). Take the kids to school and they love it and have to show all their friends. Was dad of the year in our neighborhood when I strapped a torpedo keg of local pale ale to the back and a yeti cooler in the bread basket with wine on Halloween. End of the night I had two kids and the keg all in two and felt stable. I’ve owned it for about 7 months now.

85 Shares
Lance
5 out of 5

Our Spicy Curry is the hottest thing to hit our family since having a third kid! This bike moves and hauls like a boss and excites the offspring about going anywhere. Be wary though, it turns more heads than I’m comfortable with. Good thing I can speed away (with ease) before anyone can talk to me!

85 Shares
Ryan
5 out of 5

Love my Spicy Curry! I can actually get my kid drop to school in less time because I can bypass the cars in the drop off line. I also found an unexpected time savings in morning routine as well…….

MORNINGS WITH CAR:
7:15 Me: “Get ready, we are driving to school”
……
……
7:20 Me: “How come you don’t have shoes on?”
7:25 Kiddo “I can’t find them”
……
……
……
7:26 Me: “They are in the bin where they belong. Dont’t forget a coat…….”
……
……
7:30 Me “CLIMB IN!… BUCKLE UP!! ….We are LATE!”
.……
7:35 DEPART

MORNIGNS WITH CARGO BIKE
7:15 Me: “Get ready, we are riding the bike to school.”
7:20 Kiddo: “Okay! I’m ready!”
7:22 DEPART

85 Shares
Joe Lamberti
5 out of 5

As a Spicy Curry owner since late 2016, I have loved it. Getting past a few mechanical issue with the help of the Yuba team (best customer service I have ever had) I am now on the Spicy Bosh platform.

After putting a little over 5000 miles between my original unit, and the Bosh as my daily commuter it is wonderful. I have a one way commute of about 17 miles up and down hills, and the ability to mix the gearing with the levels of peddle assist is wonderful. What used to take me an hour and a half to commute when I was in shape with a single pannier on a road bike now takes me a little over an hour carrying a full load of whatever!

Bike, gear, and self are running about 430lbs and at assist level 1 on flats I can keep a good 13-15mph pace. Now throw on my wine club (12btl) delivered to the office and I don’t even notice it on the back commuting home.

It is amazing how many people stop me or approach me and ask about the bike. Once I tell them I commute on it and it will carry roughly 300lbs of cargo plus myself they are amazed.

Team Yuba thanks, your dedication to providing alternative transport that works and has numerous benefits not only to the environment but to health is applauded.

85 Shares
Bryan B.
5 out of 5

Long time biker. Raced road bikes, tandems (with wife), and enjoyed long distance road, mtn biking, and commuting. When I became a photographer I had to haul gear which prevented me from commuting.

Not anymore!

Love the Spicy Curry and it’s changed my life. I’m getting all my exercise in by just biking to my office and photo shoots with all the equipment I need. Cameras, lens, light stands, backdrops… CRAZY!

85 Shares
Clint Thayer
5 out of 5

We love our Spicy!

Living on a big hill, we are able to shop and bring a full load of groceries home with no difficulty, including a 5 gallon water bottle.

For family outings all three of us hop on the Spicy (after fighting over who gets to pedal).

Nick Gaffney
Fairfax, CA

85 Shares
Nicholas Gaffney
5 out of 5

We love our Spicy Curry (Bosch)! Compared to the similar Extracycle, this Yuba feels like a sporty race bike. It hauls our two daughters up the biggest hills in Seattle with ease, and has been very reliable. We had it set up with some sweet accessories like the Yepp Maxi seat, Bamboo SideBoards, Standalone Kickstand, Soft Spot seat pad and the Mini Monkey Bars. All of these Yuba accessories have worked out great.

A few other accessories I am loving are the CarSick bags and Abus Bordo Big (and Bordo Lite) locks.

We are so happy that we consulted with the owners of G&O Family Cycles in Seattle before we bought our first E-Bike. They let us know that this bike was something special, and on the first test ride I knew exactly why.

85 Shares
Mark Cannon
5 out of 5

A wonderful experience to ride, especially as you get used to working in tandem with the motor. I love being able to carry the whole family (2 adults, one kid, one dog in the front basket) on one bike up hills. We love running errands and taking it to the park. It works equally well for pleasure rides and for trips to the hardware store for lumber. For in-town transit, it nearly completely replaces the need for a car. I feel safe and visible on it, and like how I can choose whether to get a workout or to arrive at my destination completely sweat-free.

85 Shares
Daniel Wilson
5 out of 5

Purchased a Spicy Curry to bring my son to school – we live in somewhat hilly Washington, DC. I love it. Commuting time is a fraction than what it used to be. If you can afford it, I can recommend it.

85 Shares
Benjamin
5 out of 5

OMG – We LOVE our Spicy Curry! “Two adults, one child, hills” – No problem. We live in Nelson, BC Canada and ride almost all-year round. We have one of the original 2015 green Spicy Curry bikes. A match made in heaven. It has been one of our most favourite purchases. Easy on, ride, park & lock, and ride again!

85 Shares
Selena Davis
5 out of 5

love it! handles all the san francisco hills with ease. we can make it to the far reaches of marin and back on a single charge. kids love riding on it as well. always feels stable

85 Shares
Stephen Gamboa
5 out of 5

We did a lot of comparison shopping and even rented a front-box style tricycle before choosing a Spicy Curry. And what a good decision it was. It has brought a broad smile to the commute–both for me and for my two large kids (who fit nicely!). Traffic is no longer a daily hassle in life. The Bosch powertrain is refined and smooth; all hills are conquerable. The accessories are high quality, and the Spicy is nicely appointed with lights integrated into the Bosch system, disc brakes, and a Yepp-compatible rack. I am proud to say that the last time I drove my car, I found a spider web on the windshield.

85 Shares
Chris Hoofnagle
5 out of 5

Well, we have pretty well adopted our Spicy fully into our lives! It happened so fast! We already have about 200 miles on it in less than a month and we were gone for two weeks! So far it has obviously been hauling our two kids around everywhere. My wife and kiddos love riding it. Swim lessons, grocery store, breakfast, ice cream, the beach, you name it and if it’s local we are doing it by bike. My wife and I used to ride plenty before kids but it slowed down when we didn’t have a great bike solution for both. But now with this Spicy Curry we are really getting around! I wish we could buy a second one.

I use it for riding to work and errands. It is great to arrive to work refreshed but not sweaty from the ride. You can make it as easy or difficult as you want. So, I usually push it a little harder on the way home for a bit of a workout since I can hit the shower!

I have attached a couple of fun photos. One that all of our friends liked was the photo of a 40 pound bag of dog food on the back. The bike makes that bag look tiny! One thing that we need to figure out is a bag solution so we can more easily haul groceries. We will have to save up for a bit to afford the 2 Go Cargo Bags.

Another fun photo that gets a ton of attention is when we load for the beach. On the Spicy is my wife, two kids, two beach chairs, a quick shelter, and, beach toys! It looks pretty awesome. Some of our friends ask, “Why is she the one riding the big bike?” Ummmm, because we about fight over who gets to ride it! HA.

We ride it all over Newport Beach and Costa Mesa. I did join the aficionado program because we are stopped everywhere we go with questions about it. I have even had my photo taken several times by strangers. Some ask permission some don’t. I don’t mind, it’s just funny when they try to sneak a shot in without you noticing! HAHA!

Oh, the Spicy has literally stopped traffic……twice! Once, it was a mom wanting to ask me all about it. The second was a professional race car builder that wanted to look at the design and the welds closer. How funny.

Oh, don’t forget beer runs. A small cooler straps right on the back and holds a 12 pack with ease. Friends beg to go on beer runs when they are over at our place just as an excuse to ride it.

We do let all of our friends ride it. Everyone has the exact same reaction. They start to giggle and they say “THIS IS CRAZY!”

We both work in education. My wife is a teacher and I work for the district. So, we aren’t exactly swimming in money and riding the bike more and saving money on gas is something that is very exciting for our little family!

One last funny note. I park it inside where I work. My co-workers say I need to setup an ipad on a stand for other workers that have questions because I get pulled out 2 or 3 times a day to talk about it. Pretty funny.

Anyway, we are truly loving it.

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Matthew Jennings, Costa Mesa, Ca
5 out of 5

We love our electric spicy curry. I can take my kids on so many adventures we would normally have to hop in the car for. We all much prefer the fresh air and the excitement of doing it on our bike. I always love telling people about this bike as a great option. So many fun add ons as well.

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Spicy Curry Bosch

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The Ultimate Electric Cargo Bike

The award-winning Spicy Curry electric cargo bike now with state-of-the-art Bosch eBike performance system capable of serious climbing and unparalleled range. Parents love the extra low rear rack for added stability over their wiggly load.  Customize your cargo bike with our Awesome Add-Ons!

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The Ultimate Electric Cargo Bike

The award-winning Spicy Curry electric cargo bike now with state-of-the-art Bosch eBike performance system capable of serious climbing and unparalleled range. Parents love the extra low rear rack for added stability over their wiggly load.  Customize your cargo bike with our Awesome Add-Ons!

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