Which bike fits me?

This is a helpful page for the undecided.
Here you can find out which bike fits your persona best.

For the Heavy Loader


Longest wheelbase


Very stable handling, rides like a fast and agile cargo bike


Easiest to load the rack while on the kickstand


Heavy loads are no problem


The long wheelbase handles bumps in the road very well


Yepp child seat compatible rack

For the Compact Loader


Medium wheelbase


Quicker handling, feels more like a normal bike with cargo capacity


May require help from a buddy to load the rack heavy


Heavy loads are doable once in a while


Load is more susceptible to bumps in the road


Not Yepp child seat compatible

For the Comfy Backpacker


Shortest wheelbase


Very quick handling, steers like a lively track bike with a front rack on steroids


May require help from a buddy to load the rack heavy


Heavy loads are doable but big objects can be an issue


Load is more susceptible to bumps in the road


Not Yepp child seat compatible


Extended Info

CARGO

The Cargo is our most popular model, and for good reason. In short, it’s an incredibly versatile cargo bike that can handle heavy loads and big objects with ease. The best part is, it rides like a normal bike when unloaded, due to its lightweight construction and geometry.

“…it rides like a normal bike when unloaded…”

It’s also our model with the longest wheelbase, which calls for stable handling, especially when hauling cargo. The long wheelbase also allows you to load the rack easily on your own, as the load sits in the middle of the front wheel and the kickstand.

The cargo is also our only model which is officially compatible with the Yepp child seat bracket. The position of the front headset also makes it easier to carry a friend on the rack!

The Mini-Max is the middle child of the lot. The main difference compared to the Cargo is the wheelbase. Its about 20cm shorter (which is a lot when you think about how people were doing anything to lose 2cm on their fixie’s wheelbase back in the day). The shorter wheelbase makes the bike handle a bit more like a normal bike, resulting in a tighter turn radius and increased manoeuvrability. The front rack is the same rectangle as the Cargo’s rack, just without the horns, while retaining extender bar compatibility.

The fact that the front wheel is positioned more in the middle of the rack means positives on the steering front, however the maximum hauling capabilities are slightly compromised. Hauling a very heavy load becomes a little more tricky, but definitely doable with a bit of skill. Loading the rack while on the kickstand can be difficult as the weight sits over top of the front wheel, as opposed to in the middle of the wheelbase on the cargo.

MINI-MAX


The shorter wheelbase makes the bike handle a bit more like a normal bike, resulting in a tighter turn radius and increased manoeuvrability.”

MINI

“Ideal for getting around with a load too big for a backpack”

The Mini almost speaks for itself. It’s a normal bike with a front rack on steroids! Ideal for getting around with a load too big for a backpack, and putting it out front where you can keep an eye on it. Significant loads on the mini aren’t and issue as long as they are more or less kept within the racks size. The weight of the load has very little influence on steering, simply because the rack is built into the frame.