Yuba Boda Boda Electric Cargo Bike Back-to-School Bundle - Step-Through

$3,800.00
Color:Sandstone
Size: One Size
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Meet the ultimate urban people mover: the step-through Yuba Boda Boda. With this cruiser-style electric cargo bike designed to carry kids and heavy loads, you’ll always be looking for reasons to ride.

  • Features

    • This Back-to-School Bundle includes 3 Add-Ons—Passenger Hold-On Bars, Mini Soft Spot seat cushion and Sideboards—to make this bike ready to haul any passenger from the get-go
    • This step-shrough model fits riders 4 ft. 9 in. up to 5 ft. 10 in.; taller riders should consider the step-over model instead
    • Can accommodate 2–3 kid passengers or 1 adult passenger
    • Haul groceries and other cargo, thanks to a total payload of 396 lbs. (including rider)
    • Intuitive and reliable Shimano STEPS E6100 250W motor and and long-lasting, durable 36V 418Wh battery offer smooth pedal assist, supporting speeds of up to 20 mph
    • Designed to fit your life, this bike has the same wheelbase as a standard bike, so it can fit on a bus rack
    • Adjustable cockpit and seatpost allow easy sharing among friends and family
    • Comfortable cruiser-style frame geometry with light, nimble steering
    • Onboard safety features include hydraulic disc brakes and integrated e-Bike LED lights for better visibility
    • Included Stand Together double kickstand, front fender with rear wheel skirt and bell make riding around the city a breeze
    • Yuba offers a 2-year limited warranty on this bike
    • Specs and images are subject to change

    Imported.

    Free Adjustment Period:
    New bikes go through a normal break-in period, after which they should be readjusted. All bicycles sold at REI include free adjustments for one year after purchase date—as many times as you need. Included: derailleur and brake adjustments, lateral wheel truing, hub and headset bearing adjustments, tire inflation and chain lubrication. Not included: replacement or installation of new components or accessories, any other services. Call your local REI Co-op Bike Shop for more information.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Urban Cycling

    E-Bike Classification

    Class 1: pedal assist up to 20 mph

    Motor

    Shimano STEPS E6100, 250W

    Motor Type

    Mid-Drive

    Motor Torque (Nm)

    60 Newton meters

    Battery Type

    Lithium Ion

    Battery Capacity (Wh)

    418 watt hours

    Battery Removable

    Yes

    Charge Time (hrs)

    4 hours

    Pedal Assist Range

    20-50 miles

    Bike Frame Material

    Aluminum

    Frame

    Boda Boda V3 6061-T6 Aluminum w/Disc Tab

    Step-Through

    Yes

    Bike Suspension

    No Suspension

    Fork

    Boda Boda V3 Cr-Mo 1.5 in. Threadless w/Disc Tab

    Crankset

    Shimano STEPS 170 mm

    Shifters

    Shimano SL-M2000 9-Speed

    Rear Derailleur

    Shimano RD-M2000

    Rear Cogs

    11-36T 9-Speed

    Number of Gears

    9 gear(s)

    Brake Type

    Hydraulic Disc Brake

    Brakes

    Tektro Vela Hydraulic

    Brake Levers

    Tektro Vela Hydraulic

    Rims

    Double Wall (36H Front / 48H Rear)

    Front Hub

    36H

    Rear Hub

    48H

    Wheel Size

    26 inches

    Tires

    WTB Cruz w/ Flat Guard

    Tire Width

    2.5 inches

    Handlebar Shape

    Moustache Bar

    Handlebar

    31.8 mm Yuba City Handlebars

    Stem

    Yuba 1.5. in. Adjustable 100 mm

    Seat Post

    30.9 Aluminum 400 mm

    Saddle

    Yuba Comfort Saddle w/ handle

    Pedals

    VP-501 Alloy

    Headset

    Neco 1.5 in. Conventional Threadless

    Chain

    KMC X9 e

    Weight

    65 pounds

    Bike Weight

    Bike weight is based on median size, as sold, or the average of two median sizes.

    Gender

    Unisex

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