Bring the entire supermarket with you! This front loader cargo bike can comfortably haul everything from kids to kegs and leave you feeling like a boss bicyclist. With smooth dual actuated cable steering, 90 degree steering radius and an extra low cargo rack, hauling 300 lbs. by cargo bike has never felt so natural.
This is our first Front Loader Cargo Bike and we held nothing back! Constructed from lightweight aluminum, the Supermarché steers nimbly with a double redundant cable system and double-ended brake cable. Keeping with our cargo roots, we’ve included a Yepp compatible rear cargo rack over a 20” rear wheel for the extras. Easily haul up to three passengers, groceries and the family pet. This all adds up to a powerful cargo hauling machine that steers like butter and turns heads everywhere.
“Let’s all ditch our cars and start riding cargo bikes” -Wired Magazine
Read more reviews of the Supermarché:
Outside Online – Yuba Supermarché
Bicycling – Carry it all with the Yuba Supermarche
Bicycle Times – New Supermarche and Sweet Curry
The Manual – The Long Haul – The Evolving Variety in Cargo Bikes
Bike Rumor! – Yuba cargo bikes finds two new ways to haul the goods
The Gear Caster – Yuba Supermarché Front Loader Cargo Bike Now Available
- Easily carry 2 to 3 passengers + a baby on the back
- Easiest handling with smooth cable activated steering
- 220lbs/100kg payload or 2.0 cbm
- Adjustable and nimble to ride
- Stable and safe, easy on-and-off step-thru frame
- Haul the family, make delivery, go to the Supermarket
- Easy to configure with Yuba Add-Ons
- Frame Material: Aluminum
- Fork: Chromoly
- Tires: Yuba GMD 20 x 2.4”
- Wheels: 20,” double wall rims, 36H, 48H
- Brakes: Tektro Auriga Hydraulic
- Drivetrain: Shimano 3 x 8 trigger
- Cockpit: Promax adjustable stem and spacers
- Kickstand: alloy included
- Hauls up to 220 lbs on front rack and 80 lbs on rear rack
- Weighs in at 58.8 lbs.
Follow the Crepe Cart NOLA as they customize their Supermarché into a crepe dispensing machine, ready to rove the French Quarter in New Orleans.