Kids, kegs, sofas, mobile jewellery shops—whatever you want to haul, cargo bikes can do it.
We like these three. They're upright riding, comfortable, robust, beautiful and simple; like an Omafiets.
Christianias originally come from Copenhagen's freetown district of the same name, now they're made on an island called Bornholm off the Danish coast by a small team of really nice folks. An origin of the species we have their trike, as well as their Longjohn, the Model 2. We can fit more bikes on a pallet if we get the trike without a box, so we do that. You can buy the trike and make your own box, flatbed it, whatever; or we can make you one. The Model 2 always comes with a box.
Workcycles come from the Netherlands, they're practically similar, functionally the same. Workcycles Kr8s come standard with all the extras, dyanmo hub, lights, canopy/hood, benches for 4 child passengers, and a gloss black paint job.
Think of Workcycles like a Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon with leather interior; the Christianias are also G-Wagons, albeit the stripped down utilitarian military-specification version, but they're bicycles.. and there's nothing wrong with either [bicycles].