Your delivery van reimagined! Pedal powered delivery is all the rage these days and a Yuba Cargo Bike can carry your load while saving you on those resources we all can’t get enough of: time, hospital money and energy. Bicycle delivery ensures healthy, click happy employees, customers and community. Our cargo bikes are rough and tough; they are up to the task. Go ahead and put em’ to work!
Because Food = Life.
FoodKick (sister to FreshDirect) is bringing the goods; delivering farm fresh food, local booze and household and pantry needs to New Yorkers with the power of their pedals. Brooklyn and Long Island City never ate so good. They’ve customized their Yuba Mundo cargo bike fleet with sweet purple insulated bins to carry cold and warm eats and groceries galore to their hungry customers.
Portland Pedal Power
Portland Pedal Power is connecting small business to the community, reimagining the business of delivery, catering and advertising, and encouraging sustainable business practices with the power of pedals.
PPP has a sleek fleet of delivery vehicles; unique delivery pods nestled over the study Yuba Mundo rear rack and sideloaders. These vessels traverse the city daily, acting as a roving billboard for local businesses and serving up local fare to hungry locals.
A grocery store on two wheels, this New York City based delivery company is freewheeling the food delivery business.
Their motto is simply “Fresh Food Delivered Within Minutes.” Max Delivery is so fast they count down in minutes instead of hours, bringing you a week’s worth of groceries in under an hour.
What makes them so fast? Why, their Yuba Mundo cargo bike fleet, of course.
Several days per week, Aurelio Jose Barrera rises at 5 a.m. to load up his cargo bike with food that he delivers to homeless people in East LA. Pedaling the streets at dawn while much of the city sleeps, he drops off donated fruit, vegetables, nuts, granola bars, water and other foods that require no cooking to needy men, women and children.
He collects food from friends, neighbors and local businesses, and gathers fresh fruit from trees that would otherwise go uneaten. Last winter he collected blankets to provide homeless people with warmth from the cold.
Businesses and folks who wish to donate food are urged to contact him at his website.