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This City Commuter Cycle Transforms Into A Cargo Bike In Seconds

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Jun 18, 2019

Category: Gear

Bikes are eco-friendly solutions for traveling around the city or running errands. But hauling gear or groceries on a bicycle can be kind of a hassle. The remedy to that solution is the hybrid Convercycle Bike, which is a city bike that extends in three seconds to transform into a cargo transporter.

This adaptable commuter for the modern man in the city has a Shimano Nexus 5-speed geared hub, ergonomic handlebars, 28-inch wheels, and professional disc brakes. To turn the bike into its cargo form, you simply lift the back end and extend the frame by rolling the back tire out. You can haul a payload of up to 132 pounds, making it perfect for luggage, crates, and duffel bags. There’s also an e-bike version of the Convercycle powered by a 250 W motor, giving it a max speed of 15 mph. The company also offers various bicycle stem sizes, along with two frame sizes, so you can get a Convercycle that fits your build. Get your own Convercycle Bike starting at $1,344.

Purchase: $1,344+

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