We’re getting all jazzed up for Pedalfest 2012, a benefit for the East Bay Bike Coalition. It’s going to be a rolickin’ good time, with art bikes, the Whiskey Drome, pedal-powered stage and more! Bay Area Bikes will also be offering a one-day discount on Yuba bikes – so if you’re in the market for… Read more »
Once you ride a cargo bike for a while, you realize that the limitations of lesser bikes simply don’t exist. Nor do the limitations of driving a gas-powered vehicle. During a recent photo shoot, we decided to celebrate the strengths of cargo bikes by setting up a few of our bicycle fantasies. Enjoy! Ah, sweet… Read more »
Chickens and a Bicycle The children in this video are extremely articulate about the choices they and their parents have made to live more sustainably. For more information, please go to the Transition Town Cheltenham website.
We had a great time at the Temescal Street Fair yesterday. It was an action packed day – bike demos galore, new friends and sunshine! A few Yuba riders stopped by to show off their Mundo’s, sadly the camera had stopped working by then. 🙁 Keep an eye out for us at an… Read more »
We received 38 stellar entries in our contest where we asked our fans to guess what a Boda Boda Cargo Cruiser looks like. Here they are: This is what the actual Boda Boda Cargo Cruiser looks like: Congratulations to Lindsay A. of the You Ain’t Got Jack blog. She guessed the closest… Read more »
This past weekend, we participated the the Cascadia Disaster Relief Trials in Portland, OR. The event was designed to demonstrate that cargo bikes are reliable and useful vehicles in the event of a cataclysmic event, such as an earthquake. There were all kinds of cargo bikes at the event – from home made creations, to… Read more »