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Raleigh launch e-cargo bikes for businesses, with two and three-wheel options

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Jack Sexty

Jack is the news editor here at eBikeTips, and also edits the live blog and writes tech news over on our sister site Jack first became fascinated with e-bikes when an elderly gentleman breezed past him without a care in the world up a big old hill in North Wales - thus realising e-bikes are the real deal! Although he genuinely enjoys time trials and lung-busting climbs without assistance, Jack likes nothing more than cruising round town on an e-bike during his days off.   


3 years 10 months ago

You don't need an e-cargobike to deliver freezers.

As much as it's great to see more brands investing in cargobikes, I do worry that far too many are building bikes that are totally unsuitable to the rigours that courier work puts on them. There is no mention of prices, but from the scant information and pictures I couldn't envisage these bikes lasting more than a year before needing to be replaced. With cargobikes you definitely get what you pay for, or don't. Cutting corners is quickly found out such is the abuse dished out to the workhorses.

3 years 10 months ago

I'm going to be jolly cross if people start delivering freezers with these.