Panther Electric Cargo Bikes for Home & Business
The New Panther Electric Cargo Bike
Join the Electric Cargo Bike revolution!
A Cargo Bike is an easy, effective and comfortable mode of transport for the whole family. It is easy to get around with in the town or city and you can always find a parking space.
A Cargo Bike is an environmentally friendly form of transport-no pollution and great for maintaining a healthy mind and body!
While your trusty Ebike enables you to replace a car for the majority of local or commuter trips, a cargo bike enables you to step up your game and leave the car at home for basically every local trip. Traveling with kids? Gardening equipment? Tools? Kids, gardening equipment, and tools? No problem, your cargo bike can handle it.
Compact is Practical: Balance is Perfection:
Cargo bikes are, in essence, a workhorse that you don’t have to feed. They enable the transportation of many more pounds of goods than you could possibly carry on a regular bicycle, with much more economic and environmental efficiency than get from a car.
They’re your family vehicle, your work truck, your moving van, your party bus. They’re everything you would need a car for, but much more affordable, much more sustainable, and much more fun.
E-Cargo for Families
Children and dogs love to ride in a Panther E-Cargo bike.
Transform boring leisure travelling into quality family time when you swap your car for a Panther electric cargo bike!
Carry the kids, groceries, sports equipment and the family pet, all while getting as much, or as little, exercise as you'd like that day.
Add some adventure to your daily life, go where cars can’t go, and you’ll love breezing past bumper-to-bumper traffic in the bike lane with a week’s worth of groceries packed onto your bike.
Whether you’re on the local school run or you’re just popping down to the local shop a Panther E-cargo bike will really enhance your life and make you feel exhilarated!
E-Cargo for Business
Cargo bikes are back!
Cargo bikes originated in The Netherlands in the early 20 century, and were used by tradesmen to deliver milk, bread, and other goods in the absence of the automobile. By the 1930s, the phenomenon had spread across Scandinavia.
Around the same time in the UK, deliveries were being made by a “butcher’s bike,” a light-capacity cargo bike with a rack mounted to the frame over the front wheel.