Worldbike solves transports without gas or diesel.

Anyone who remember reports from the Vietnam war must still be pretty impressed by the way the NVA managed to bring up artillery, ammunition and supplies using bicycles on narrow jungle paths along the so called Ho Chi Minh trail. Incredible amounts of supplies could be loaded on ordinary bikes. The Worldbike project in Kenya has taken the bike transport idea to the next level with the Big Boda. With a specially developed extension kit, an ordinary bike can be loaded with lots of cargo. Or people. The advantage compared to regular three-wheeled cargo bikes is probably the fact that two-wheelers are easier to drive. The Worldbike extension is about 2,000 Kenya Shillings or approx. USD 27:-. More facts on Worldbike.brbr

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