Kona Ute: Big Manufacturer Enters Cargo Bicycle Market

It was great to see that some of the large manufacturers are heading into the cargo bicycle market. Hopefully it’ll bring cargo bicycles into the mainstream and make a dent in car traffic.

Check out the Kona Ute. They’ve added this great new longbike to their huge lineup. Longbikes are great for anyone who wants an all around bicycle that they can use for commuting, getting groceries, camping, and to transport small adults or older kids.

Kona Ute Website
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5 Comments For This Post

  1. Kona Ute Says:

    This is a great, affordable medium-duty hauler. Been riding my 2010 Ute for a couple of months now. Added the eZee electric front hub to increase the hauling power, with the express goal of replacing my car.

    Documenting the pros and cons of it on our blog at http://www.konaute.com. Stop by for a visit sometime.

  2. paolo Says:

    I’m looking for a cargo trike, possibl with a wooden box.
    Anyone who has a used one for sale, please contact me.

  3. Don at MyCargoBike.net Says:

    Now Kona has added an electric-assist option, which will make the Ute accessible to an even wider range of riders. I’ve posted a review and video on my blog at http://mycargobike.net/2010/06/15/first-look-at-the-kona-electric-ute. The Ute has become an even more interesting bike with an attractive price.

  4. soman Says:

    Am interestex in the kona ute but being a six foot tall guy. i wad wondering if the bike comes eith a 22 inch frame. the local distributer in my area refuses to entertain my request for a larger framed ute. my other option will be tge Surly big dummg but its too expensive. Rm 7000.

    Please help

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