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Cargo Takeover! Tees & Hoodies coming to the shop soon!

The Cargo Revolution; Coming soon to a city near you! Or hopefully it’s already come! Cargobikes have opened up so many possibilities in urban centers; for families, businesses, and maverick individuals.  Symbolizing the coming change in the way we think about transport, the Cargo Takeover! demonstrates what our people power (and pedal power) can do!

Tees & Hoodies will be available in the shop as of November 5th, but we are offering pre-orders both online and in store!




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Kween Kargo patches now available in store & online!


Kween Kargo patches featuring our company’s logo & slogan now available both in the shop and online!
3.5 inches, round, digitally printed with embroidered black trim, just $5 a piece. Get them while you can! First come first serve!

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Brooklyn Cargo Co. Shop Catalog Now Online!

Brooklyn Cargo is happy to announce you can find our full list of in-shop services on our shop menu page! We never want you to fret about repair costs or ride around squeaking up a storm! No surprises, no baits, and no switches. Just affordable maintenance & repairs to keep you safe & alive.

Click Here to go Directly to the Catalog!

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Brooklyn Cargo is now on Spinlister!

Need a cargo bike for a few hours or a day? Check out what we have on offer at Spinlister! Click the link to our profile here.

Spinlister is an online service & app that connect people with bikes with people who need to rent bikes. This is ideal for couriers who haven’t yet invested in their own cargo bikes, or even potential cargoers looking for a more intensive test-ride.

best way to see NYC, shotgun in the Bullitt

Need to help a friend move? Looking to make some extra money this holiday season? Family visiting NYC for the first time? Take advantage of our equipment and expertise!


Cargo Bike Spotlight: New York Times hails the cargo revolution

My mother excitedly shared this article titled “Families Ditch Cars For Cargo Bikes” with me this morning. It’s true, a year ago I could see someone zip by on a Bullitt and name names. Now, there are so many of us out here! And growing. I myself can’t decided if I love the Yuba Mundo more or the Bullitt because they are different bikes for different lifestyles and styles of ride. Honestly, I’m just glad a publication took the time to unpack the difference between a longtail and a bakfiet. It’s surprisingly confusing when you explain it to people. I also have to appreciate the fact that this is one of the few non bike-centric publication to feature Cetma Cargo. Their bikes are absolutely gorgeous. Personally, they don’t make a lot of sense for a courier. However if I were a suburban cargo mom, I would be sold!

Here’s an except from the article

“These days, cargo bikes are no longer a novelty: They are cropping up not just in the expected West Coast enclaves like Seattle, Portland and the Bay Area, but in cities like New Haven, Tucson and Dallas. “It used to be that if I saw somebody in Boston on a cargo bike, I probably knew them and probably helped them buy their bicycle,” said Nathan Vierling-Claassen, who has ridden a cargo bike since 2008. “Now that’s no longer the case.”

Credit Jason Henry @ NYT

Find the full article here;

Post by Camille Raneem @ Brooklyn Cargo Co.