With a strong bicycle culture starting to emerge around the world, bikes are starting to replace other vehicles for a wide variety of purposes. You can now count ice cream trucks among those. Cargo bikes are the perfect fit for this kind of mobile, small-scale business.
In all likelihood, switching from a gas-powered vehicle to a bike cuts down on costs greatly, while allowing easy access to many areas that larger vehicles simply can’t get to.
Of course, freight bikes are nothing new — before automobiles became the dominant mode of transport in much of the world, many services were provided via bike. Postal service, milk delivery, bread delivery, and fresh meat delivery, being some of the most common.
While they largely fell out of use in the United States, they remained some degree of use in some parts of Europe and elsewhere. And during the last decade or so, they have been experiencing something of a resurgence in use in many parts of the world, as ecologically minded businesses, and those looking to cut down on their costs, have become interested in them.
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