Electric Cargo Bikes

Built to carry more, electric cargo bikes rule the roost when it comes to transporting larger loads and luggage on two wheels. With specially-designed frames that can help you carry larger, heavier loads, cargo e-bikes are fast becoming a viable eco-friendly, healthy alternative to the car for life’s everyday transport tasks.

Get the right cargo e-bike model for you, visit us in-store for a free test ride and get £20 off your new electric bike.
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Bergamont E-Cargoville LT Edition Electric Cargo Bike - 2021 Black
Bergamont E-Cargoville LT Edition Electric Cargo Bike - 2021 Black
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Tern GSD S00 Electric Cargo Bike - 2022
Tern GSD S00 Electric Cargo Bike - 2022
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Raleigh Pro Bike Mid Motor Electric Cargo Bike - 2021
Raleigh Pro Bike Mid Motor Electric Cargo Bike - 2021
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Tern GSD S10 LX Electric Cargo Bike - 2021
Tern GSD S10 LX Electric Cargo Bike - 2021
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Ridgeback Butcher Electric Cargo Bike - 2020
Ridgeback Butcher Electric Cargo Bike - 2020
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Orbea Keram SUV 20 Electric Cargo Bike - 2021
Orbea Keram SUV 20 Electric Cargo Bike - 2021
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Cube Cargo Hybrid 500 Electric Cargo Bike - 2022 Blue
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Bergamont E-Cargoville Bakery Electric Cargo Bike - 2021
More and more people are looking to go green and reduce their carbon footprints, and an electric cargo bike can play an integral part in that. Whether you’re looking for new family transport or you're a small business updating your delivery and transport methods, there’s an e-cargo bike for you.

Here we take a look at some key things to consider, from the basics of what exactly a cargo electric bike is, what they can be used for and how they work, to giving advice to help you select the right model for your needs.
Read our Electric Cargo buying guide here. 
  • Electric cargo bikes are just like ordinary electric bikes, except they’re designed to carry heavier and bigger loads. They are governed by the same laws covering normal electric bikes in the UK (e.g. 250W max power motor, 25km/h assisted top speed, and don’t feature a throttle), but they are built with different layouts that enable them to sport everything form luggage containers to child seats. 
  • You can use a cargo e-bike to transport large and heavy loads, which might range from a box load of deliveries or something more precious, like transporting children (or your dog!) to school or the park. It’s great for the weekly shop, as well as helping you carry out your daily tasks about town and your local area.
  • An electric cargo bike can cost as little as around £2,000, or as much as £5,000. The cost depends largely on the size of the cargo e-bike and its capability. You may also find the most powerful models will cost a little more too.
  • Electric cargo bikes can accelerate up to 25km/h with the pedal assistance. At 25km/h or over, the motor cuts out and it behaves just like a normal bicycle.