Electric Cargo Bike and Last Mile Solution Stories from all over the world.
Previously, Yary drove a van for another transport company, but now he drives a cargo bike instead - read more about the benefits of the switch, and why he did it.
Safe and sound - winter is coming. It's time to switch to winter tires - Martin in Gothenburg is quick in the pit stop and makes sure it's safe on the track during the winter. Lovis agrees that...
After a fantastic year together with AMOI, our rider Mirren has already managed to cycle 7,000+ km with a load full of perfect pralines, fine fish, delicate delicacies and good cheese to happy Stockholmers during her many AMOI routes.
We have cycled more than ten laps around the world and delivered packages, fruit baskets, company packages, rental machines and much more.
The share of female riders is now at 25 % and increasing at Velove in Malmö, in a typically male dominated job. How has this been achieved?
Three fruits a day keeps the doctor away! If delivered to your office by us we also keep vans away, reducing CO2 emissions and keeping the city nice!
Black Friday and Christmas shopping is the peak season of online shopping and an increasing share of the population choose convenient home delivery in the checkout. This leads to increased delivery traffic in residential areas -but this does not have to mean that the streets will be filled with delivery vans! Today you can choose a home delivery method that is nicer for the city and that also uses less resources and energy.
We are partnering with COT Sverige AB for construction site deliveries. A new area to beat vans in!
Following Stockholm, Gothenburg and Copenhagen, we are now live in Malmö!
The Velove Armadillo e-cargobike certainly does not look like a normal bike. It even looks quite different from most other heavy e-cargobikes on the market today. Why is this?We wanted it to fit in the bike infrastructure without becoming a problem for other cyclists. At the same time, we wanted it to have high cargo capacity, great ergonomics and be really easy, safe and fun to ride. Could all of these criteria be met in one bike?
In 2020, we changed business model to become a vertically integrated last mile delivery company. How has it worked out?
Patrick Perret, from Switzerland, decided to combine making a statement and do a grand adventure together with his children Yoann and Emilie on an electric cargo bike. After 17 437 km and many countries, they are now back in Switzerland to tell the story.
In a joint project with RI.SE, we have demoed a hydrogen powered Armadillo with semi-trailer. We are one step further realizing our last mile delivery vision with electric cargo bikes.
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