From Enduro To E Cargo | A New Perspective on 2 Wheels

Aran Francis is giving teenagers – and cyclists – a good name. What has this keen enduro rider learnt from riding for a cargo bike delivery service? This morning I got up ready to go for a ride, but instead of putting on my knee pads and body armour ready to throw myself down yet another hill, I put on a high-vis jacket and swung my leg over a cargo bike, as I have been doing every weekday morning this week. For me this shift in routine from weekend enduro and downhill mountain biking to e-cargo bike delivery is almost as exciting as zip tying a race plate to the front of my bike on a cold Sunday morning. It’s exciting to play a part in one of the most interesting forms of bicycle riding that is currently emerging. Whilst cargo biking isn’t anything new, with early three-wheeled versions making their way around the streets of Amsterdam in the early 1900s, the electric bike revolution in the last decade or so has presented great opportunities … Continue reading From Enduro To E Cargo | A New Perspective on 2 Wheels

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