CERO One Cargo Bike

Mar 30, 2018

Category: Rides

Bikes are the best machines for getting around a city. They’re easy to park, and much cheaper than either public transportation or driving. But when it comes to moving cargo? They can sometimes fall short. That is, of course, if they’re something other than the Cero One Cargo Ebike.

Designed to be the SUV of the bicycle world, this bike can carry a crazy amount of gear, groceries, and supplies without weighing you down or getting in your way. This is thanks to a special design that offers up plenty of room on the back rack, front, and side where you can attach panniers. In fact, the front wheel was designed to be much smaller than the back in order to make for more cargo carrying space. And as far as getting to point B is concerned? This bike has it covered. The Cero One is equipped with all Shimano components – including the 504Wh battery with 93 miles of charge, and the 250W pedal assist motor that can support your speed up to 20mph.

Purchase: $3,400+

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