Category: Gear Review

A big guys use of a bike to be not so big

Meet Chris Smith, aka Mr. GeckoATX.  The ATX stands for Austin, Texas where Chris lives and works in a school library. We’re not sure about the Gecko part, but we sure do love this guy! We met Chris about one year and 135 pounds ago. He entered our elMundo Contest and won second place. The prize… Read more »

Adjustable Monkey Bars

A whole new way to keep them cozy! Many moons ago we asked our riders and social media followers to tell us their hopes and dreams for the Monkey Bars. How can we make them better, we asked. Make them tougher, more versatile and easier to use, you said. The new Adjustable Monkey Bars are… Read more »

Keep Your Cargo Bike Safe with Boomerang

So you just purchased a Yuba bike, and you’re wondering the best way to protect your investment from theft.  For around-town use we point people towards our Frame Lock, but urban and city cyclists often look for a higher security option. We get a lot of people asking about GPS security, and recently we had… Read more »

Supermarché enables first ever Cargo Bike Support rider for the Climate Ride

By Paul Freedman In June 2017 I supported the Climate Ride’s Central California Coast ride as the first ever cargo bike ‘SAG’ rider. I’d just come off the Death Valley Climate Ride in February, where I noticed that they relied heavily on vans to zoom up and down the route, checking on riders and offering… Read more »

‘A Bike That Will Replace Your Family Car.’ GearJunkie Tests Out The Yuba Mundo Cargo Bike

“I tested the Mundo model from Yuba this summer and early fall. It is a capable hauler, and with big pannier bags hooked onto the frame a rider can roll home with a full grocery cart of food. “For kids, the bike is an excellent alternative to a car on short trips. My young boys,… Read more »

“Forget the MiniVan” says Outside Magazine. Family Life with the Yuba el Mundo.

Wondering what it is like to trade in the car for an Electric Cargo Bike? Michael Roberts shares his experience with his family on an el Mundo at Outside Magazine Online. Ready to ditch the MiniVan!? Get your el Mundo here.