Cargo Bikes

Bakfiets, box bikes, cargo bikes, transport bikes. Bikes that carry more than just the rider.

Members: 58
Latest Activity: Feb 12

Some cargo bike links that may be helpful:


Gazelle Cabby
Larry vs Harry Bullitt
Yuba Mundo
Xtracycle Radish
Trek Transport+

Cargo Bike Library

City of Sydney and Marrickville Council

The Watershed Bike Library contains a fleet of specialist cargo bikes and trailers to allow cyclists to carry things that might otherwise require a car - from shopping, to kids, household items and more.

Australian Retailers / Distributors

Glowworm Bicycles in Marrickville sell a selection of cargo bikes, electric and otherwise.

Nicebox are in Melbourne
Cargo Cycles in Collingwood, Vic
... sell a range of European designed, made in China bikes

Dutch Cargo Bike
Also based in Melbourne, they import European made cargo bikes.

Discussion Forum

Omnium Cargo Bikes now available in Australia

Started by Maurice Wells Oct 5, 2014. 0 Replies

Hi guys,we've started importing Omnium Cargo Bikes from Denmark, selling through Omafiets and Glow Worm bicycles. They're a great general purpose cargo bike, more towards 'courier' than 'family'…Continue

Tags: Worm, eZee, Glow, Omafiets, Omnium

Cargo Bike and Electric Bike Picnic/festival October Sunday 12

Started by Maurice Wells Oct 5, 2014. 0 Replies

Hi Ho everyone,we've organised Sydney's first ever electric bike festival as part of Sydney rides festival, on Sunday October 12 at Sydney Park. As part of that there will be a cargo bike picnic, a…Continue

cargo bike useful in Manly, Balgowlah?

Started by Dieuwke Winter. Last reply by Maurice Wells Oct 5, 2014. 4 Replies

Hi there! I will be moving from the Netherlands to Sydney 15th October. I have 3 small kids and in the Netherlands I do all my movements (to/from school; groceries; going to the beach) by cargobike.…Continue

NuVinci 360 hub

Started by Mark Lambert. Last reply by Jon Jul 9, 2014. 7 Replies

Has anyone in Sydney got a NuVinci hub on their cargo bike? I see an increasing number of cargo bikes in Europe are shipping with the NuVinci 360 instead of the Shimano Nexus.I just put a Nexus…Continue

Tags: nuvinci

Comment Wall

Comment by hartleymartin on April 8, 2010 at 11:16pm
I don't own a cargo-specific bicycle, but you'd be surprised at what I've managed to haul in my panniers, strapped to the top of my rear rack or piled into my front basket.

Oh, I forgot! I DO own an old Australia-post bicycle. The old type with the porteur style front rack. The frame is too small for me, so it is for sale if anyone is interested.
Comment by Mark Lambert on April 17, 2010 at 2:32am
Hey Lisa, when you get your Bullet we must have a race, complete with passengers. How old is your little one?
Comment by Soren Harner on April 21, 2010 at 4:23pm
I've been riding my Yuba Mundo around the lower north shore. It gets some looks but it's great for shopping and hauling kids.
Comment by Mark Lambert on April 21, 2010 at 9:37pm
Hey Yogi, what are you riding?
Comment by Mark Lambert on April 21, 2010 at 9:49pm
The other night I went out with the Missus (riding her foldie) and Action Baby (in the Cabby). For reasons to complex to be explained here I ended up leaving the baby with her but taking her bike with me. I got a few strange looks on the way home!

Comment by Mark Lambert on April 22, 2010 at 7:58pm
+1 for strength training.
I rode the Cabby exclusively for the first six months I had it, then when I got back on the singlespeed I was amazed at how much more strength and endurance I had in the legs!
Comment by Paul van Bellen on April 22, 2010 at 9:55pm
Comment by Andy Stretton on April 30, 2010 at 8:47pm
So is this the first cello carried on a cargo bike in Oz?

Comment by Soren Harner on July 12, 2010 at 12:55am
Without a doubt our Cargobike is the best way to shop at nearby markets. Here we are on our fortnightly run to the North Sydney market.

Comment by Colin on July 19, 2010 at 9:32pm
Rode the Bullitt over the Harbour Bridge today, but it was a hassle getting down the steps as the bottom of the Bullitt gets stuck on on the ramps where they transition from angled to flat at every landing. Had to lift up the back wheel to get over each transition - tricky while going down with the other hand on the brake, and really hard going up supporting the weight of the bike.

Here's my spectacularly detailed diagram to illustrate the problem:


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