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Yuba Bikes Up the Ante on Green Style

Pedaling around town with a couple reusable bags full of organic produce or your ecofriendly sweetheart never looked as good as it does on Yuba’s Boda Boda Cargo Cruiser. This stylish bike bills itself as as lightweight, comfortable, and easy-to-ride bicycle capable of transporting cargo of various weight and length — with green accents like bamboo runners and cork grips to boot.

The thirty-five pound bike has eight gears and claims to handle hauling surfboards, kayaks, and stand-up paddleboads with a few special attachments. Yuba says the rear deck is meant for flat cargo, so you can pile that vintage record collection Rocky Mountain high without compromising stability.

Source | Images: Yuba Bicycles

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