All posts by Geir Anders

Geir Anders started Cargobike Magazine – formerly known as Transportsykkel – back in 2012, to stoke up the new boom of electric bikes and cargobikes. He is also co-founder and the first editor of Scandinavia's leading mountain bike magazine Terrengsykkel, and works as an independent writer and photographer in Oslo, Norway.

ca go: The bold newcomer

Ergonomic child seats with headrests, surrounded by a safety box with high shoulder line and integrated side impact protection bars, as well as seat belts connected directly to the frame. The new «ca go» cargo bike puts safety first on...

/ 9. September 2019

Oslo Cargo Bike Party

Oslo, Norway, is a huge part of the cargo bike boom. Last weekend, the city threw a seaside festival to celebrate – and help even more people discover why these bikes are taking off.

/ 7. September 2019

Baby biking: Cooler than strollers!

A cargo biking mother in Oslo loves to ride with her baby on board, and wanted to create a social baby biking experience with other parents. I showed up with only a camera and my longtail, to see Oslo's very...

/ 6. May 2018

The Arctic cargobiker

What kind of vehicle do you need the most when you live as a teacher, firefighter and adventurer on an arctic island at 78 degrees north? Troels went for a Californian longtail.

/ 9. October 2017

Cargo space: The overview

How much space does the cargo bikes really have? I gathered 16 different models and placed them all under the same camera, to show you the differences head to head.

/ 4. October 2017

A smaller Packster? But why?

The idea started with a handbag, says Sandra Wolf, CEO of Riese & Müller, as they launch their smallest cargo bike ever: The Packster 40. The German brand has increased sales by 50% every year since 2012.

/ 22. September 2017

Chike: Liten sykkel med stort plan

Chike er en rykende fersk lastesykkel i den urbane kompaktklassen: Nyheten fra Köln i Tyskland er under to meter lang, og lar deg velge mellom en toseters kupé eller et 90 cm langt lasteplan.

/ 14. September 2017

Velofest: En skål for sykkelkulturen

Blant de 100 deltakerne på gårsdagens Velofest 2017 i Hølen, var det to lastesykler ute på tur: En Surly Big Fat Dummy som syklet smale, bratte stier med kun muskelkraft – og en splitter ny Urban Arrow Family som syklet...

/ 10. September 2017

Møt designeren bak Tern GSD

Det er ingen tvil: For meg er lille Tern GSD den største lastesykkel-nyheten i 2017. Jeg ringte designeren bak – Joakim Uimonen – for å snakke om rammedesign, motorvalg, vinterdekk og hans eget liv med 34 sykler og ingen bil.

/ 9. September 2017

Sblocs: Berlins raskeste trehjuling

Marcus Dittberner og Matti Cartsburg ville ha en trehjuling som er smal nok til å trille gjennom en vanlig dør, og rask nok til å være morsom i trafikken. Dermed tegnet de lastesykkelen Sblocs, som går i produksjon i oktober.

/ 4. September 2017