” The Classic Electric Dutch Cargo Tricycle is more than just a mode of transportation. It is a vessel for memories, a symbol of family, and a source of freedom. The moment you hop onto its comfortable saddle, you are transported to a world where worries are left behind, and the only thing that matters is the present moment.
What makes it so special is its versatility. It is the perfect combination of style and practicality, allowing you to effortlessly carry cargo while enjoying a smooth and comfortable ride. Whether you are running errands around town, commuting to work, or simply enjoying a leisurely ride through the park, the Classic Electric Dutch Cargo Tricycle is up to the task.
But what truly sets this tricycle apart is the way it brings people together. As a parent, there is nothing quite like the feeling of taking your children on a ride through the city streets. The way they smile and laugh, the way they point out things they see along the way, the way they hold on tight as the wind rushes through their hair – it is a feeling that cannot be replicated.
If you are in the market for a tricycle that is more than just a mode of transportation, I cannot recommend the Classic Electric Dutch Cargo Tricycle enough. It is a true masterpiece of design, and it has the power to change your life in ways you never thought possible.”
Your dutch electric cargo tricycle can come with either the brown or maroon color basket, depending on availability.
A cargo bike is a bike designed to carry more cargo than just the rider in the front or back of the bike. Thanks to the extra cargo space, a cargo bike can allow you to transport multiple kids, pets, adults, and, well, cargo all at the same time.
Cargo bikes usually accommodate a larger age range for their passengers, allowing you to transport babies, kids, and adults, therefore extending the life of your bike longer than a bike trailer or baby seat.
Cargo bikes are perfect for families. They allow for multiple kids to ride together with an adult and engage with the world around them at the same time. You can have a conversation with your kids, play music, eat snacks, and keep an eye on what is going on in a way you cannot while driving. The kids are also next to each other and can engage with each other differently than they can while confined to their car seats.
The bike is great for families who are trying to reduce their carbon footprint too! We’ve hauled kids, adults, groceries, backpacks, and a dog in our cargo bike.
With an electric-assist on your bike, you can peddle uphill no matter the cargo weight. The electric-assist adds power to your pedals, allowing you to go farther for longer and faster, which might result in you using the bike more. It gives an extra push at stoplights when you need to move quickly to keep up with the flow of traffic.
You can use it as a regular tricycle; simply just pedaling (good for exercise), or you can use it as a scooter; with the motor power only, or you can pedal it while using the motor at the same time!
No License, No Registration required!
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Hand brakes with the parking brake, bell and controls on the left side of the handlebars
Lockable, high-powered lithium battery
Rear light wheels with the parking brake and reflectors
LCD display, throttle and control buttons on the right side of the handlebars
High quality cranks
Spacious cargo space with the removable seat and seat belts
Disc brakes on the front wheels
Specifications of the Classic Electric Dutch Cargo Tricycle
Motor: 500 watt brushless rear hub motor or 1250 Watts with the PowerBooster!
Battery: 36v 10ah Li-ion with LG cells in a removable pack
Display: LCD display indicates current speed, trip distance, pedal assist level and battery power
Pedal assist: 5 levels of pedal assist
Speed: Up to 20 mph using battery power only (top speed adjustable)
Estimated Charge Time: 6 hours
Estimated Min and Max Range: 25 to 50 miles
Frame: Aluminum alloy
Tires: Kenda front 20×1.75 inch, rear 24×1.75 inch
Rims: Double wall aluminum alloy
Brakes: Front disc brakes, rear v-brake
Crank: Alloy 170mm 38T
Gears: SunRace 7 gears
Handlebar: Faux leather
Saddle: Faux leather
Pedals: Wellgo aluminum alloy
Cargo box: Multiply wood, 36′ x 25″
Net weight: 125 lbs
Loading capacity: 350 lbs
Min. seat height from the ground: 32″
Max. seat height from the ground: 41″
Rear rack: 18″ x 6″
Total length: 85″
Axle to axle: 57″
Total height: 40″ – 44.5″
Step-over height: 7.5″
In the Netherlands, it’s hard not to be impressed, or even overwhelmed, by the sheer number of bicycles in all forms, colors, and sizes. People here see cycling as a normal mode of transportation, not just a weekend leisure activity. The Dutch use their bikes to carry groceries, electronics, and sometimes even furniture. It’s not uncommon to see a parent biking with one child up front, another one in the back, and a third one cycling on his or her own, the parent’s hand on the back for guidance.
But for the Dutch, the bicycle is more than just a mode of transportation; it is also a status symbol. And nowhere is this more visible than in the case of the bakfiets—Dutch for “cargo bike” (literally, “box bike”). This mode of transport has become particularly popular among highly educated, urban, two-income families.
It hasn’t always been this way. Before cars and cargo trucks were easily available, cargo bikes carried people and their goods, such as milk, potatoes, and meat. Painters, construction workers, and cleaners used them for work. During that time, the bakfiets was associated with poverty because they were cheaper than cars. But now, cargo bikes are seen as a sign of upward socioeconomic aspiration in Dutch cities—along with the gentrification that accompanies it.
And this is now actually happening. While the nostalgic transport bike is still the source of inspiration for one after another fashionable bike, and while the handy models do the children and the groceries, a new species is evolving rapidly: the true cargo bike that cannot be simply translated into bakfiets anymore; it should rather be vrachtfiets (freight bike). The cargo bike stands out from its predecessors like the giant gorilla does from the other primates. Again someone had a brilliant idea with the Long John: Put the rider in the mountainbike position, make the bike lighter, tougher and faster, and voila, the Bullitt was born. Many couriers fell in love with the design. The Bullitt marks the beginning of the revolution, taking place in pedal-powered logistics.
There is a vibrant European community of passionate designers and enthusiastic producers who inspire each other during the annual International urban logistics conference and cargo bike festival in cargo bike capital Nijmegen. While visitors admire and try out the latest two-, three- or four-wheeled creations from across Europe, professionals discuss the latest in urban transport logistics in European cities which, especially outside the Netherlands, are struggling with environmental and quality of life challenges. The cargo bike designers offer solutions. The trend is electric and large. Most new models are electric two-wheelers, with ever thicker tires, tubes and batteries. Existing models (Bullitt, Urban Arrow, Nihola, Velove) are being extended, raised, and widened. Pretty soon the cargo bike is inseparable from the reinvention of urban logistics systems.
” I am truly impressed. Dutch cargo trike is a great investment for those who want a practical and fun way to transport heavy loads or children. The trikes are designed for stability and ease of use, making them a great option for riders of all skill levels.”
Samantha T. Davie, FL
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Warranty of the Classic Electric Dutch Cargo Tricycle
It gives you the peace of mind that your tricycle comes with the one year warranty.