VeloLogistics.net has been making waves in Europe this week. The recently launched cargo bike sharing service enables people to find geo-tagged cargo bikes to barrow nearby. How it works is simple: you go on to the site, register, and then add your bike. People then contact you about borrowing your bike. While the site… Read more »
Yuba riders are an intrepid lot. You are constantly finding new and inspiring uses for the bikes. Here are before and after pictures from a Yuba rider, who used her bike to transport a trade show booth to an event she had. She got an impressive amount of stuff on the bike (and apparently still… Read more »
She did it! A few months ago, we told you about a young entrepreneur who was raising money to build a revolutionary taco bike called Hot Bike. Congratulations to Rose Slam! Johnson, she got her project funded, and the Hot Bike is on the road. She took a Yuba Mundo to the fine folks at… Read more »
Women represented just 24% of bike trips in the US in 2009; across the bike industry in general, it is typical for men to far outnumber women. Parents of young kids are also underrepresented. Yuba Bicycles is a different kind of bike company. Naturally, our ridership is also atypical; ~70% of Yuba riders are women… Read more »
On March 29th-31st Cyclecide,in conjunction with Circuit Network, will be hosting an art show at The Lab gallery called “The Heavy Pedal Art Exhibition”. The Lab is located on Capp st. and 16th st. in the Mission in San Francisco. The Bicycle is the most versatile machine on Earth. The aim of this exhibit is… Read more »
We’ve been getting some really fun images of people using their Yubas in exciting and unusual ways, so we thought we’d share them. If you have a great photo of someone doing something unusual with their bike, please send it to us!