Haul-A-Day

Haul-A-Day

Starting At $1,190

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You want freedom from your car. You want your bike to carry your groceries, take your kids to school, haul bags of dirt for your garden or carry lumber for your weekend project. You want your bike to fit your body and be able to adjust to fit friends and family or anyone else when you want to share it with.

Details:

  • Frame adjusts to fit riders 4’6″ to 6’4″
  • The lightest long-tail Cargo Bike built today, starting at just 33 pounds (15 kg).
  • Its compact size makes it easy to store, stands upright on its rear end for a very small footprint
  • It can be disassembled into three pieces for packing
  • Rider weight limit is 220 pounds (100 kg), heavier rider upgrade available to 260 pounds (118 kg)
  • Cargo weight limit 200-pounds (90 kg), heavier load upgrade available to 250lbs (113 kg)
  • Fits on many transport racks: bus, car, and train.
  • 14 colors
  • Gears from 8 to 72 speeds
  • BionX electric assist available on this model

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by Brian McDermott on Haul-A-Day
Superb

I was recently able to acquire two used early-model HADs with rim brakes for very cheap after pining for one for months and trying to find ways to scrounge up enough cash. Serendipity. I have two small kids, so car trips have been significantly reduced. I've also hauled friends up the block during bar crawls. It can carry just about anything you want. I also deliver food with Burrito Brigade in Eugene, OR every week, and can carry about 100 burritos in the slings, or as much with a Burley trailer in tow. I'm in love with everything about it. I own five bikes, and if I could only keep one, this would be it. My wife was skeptical at first, but she's sold on hers, too.

by Kristen Haugen on Haul-A-Day
Love My Haul-a-Day

I got my orange HaD as part of the Kickstarter.com campaign. I was looking for a cargo bike to replace my car for short errands and was stoked to find one made in Eugene. What I didn't expect was a bike that's so much fun to ride!My HaD recently carried 30 lbs of dog food, 24 canning jars and 12 rolls of toilet paper and more, in one run. With its 20" wheels, the load stays low so the bike doesn't sway back and forth when you stand on the pedals, and it gets rolling really easily.I've enjoyed fine-tuning the fit with the highly adjustable frame and figuring the best ways to carry different loads. I now have two Ortlieb panniers for our rainy winter weather on one side and the HaD sling on the other, with a cooler bag stashed inside for quick grocery runs. So far, so good. There are very few things I'd change about this bike, and it's definitely working to keep my car cold and lonely. Thanks, Bike Friday!

by Shane MacRhodes, 20 year cargo bike user and papa to three on Haul-A-Day

The Haul-a-Day is a phenomenal cargo bike! It's versatile, lightweight, heavy-duty, and fun to ride. I love the low step over height, large cargo capacity, small/strong wheels, solid kickstand, adjustable size, transit/rack compatibility, ability to carry kids of all ages, and lots of other little things. If I had to get rid of all but one of my bikes (heaven forbid), the HaD would be the one left. I use it to commute, run errands, bike tour, and go on joy rides. The world needs more Haul-a-Days. (Two hopes for improvement are high quality bags and then more "family components" easily available to the marketplace: bars, hoopties, racks, basket options, straps, Piccolo attachment, tow-a-biker attachment, etc.)

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FEATURES

Compact

Frame adjusts to fit wide range of riders. Stands on its end for a very small storage footprint!

Easy To Ride

Lower center of gravity for greater ride stability with a load

Versatile

Low step-over height makes it easier to get on and off with a heavy load

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by Brian McDermott on Haul-A-Day
Superb

I was recently able to acquire two used early-model HADs with rim brakes for very cheap after pining for one for months and trying to find ways to scrounge up enough cash. Serendipity. I have two small kids, so car trips have been significantly reduced. I've also hauled friends up the block during bar crawls. It can carry just about anything you want. I also deliver food with Burrito Brigade in Eugene, OR every week, and can carry about 100 burritos in the slings, or as much with a Burley trailer in tow. I'm in love with everything about it. I own five bikes, and if I could only keep one, this would be it. My wife was skeptical at first, but she's sold on hers, too.

by Kristen Haugen on Haul-A-Day
Love My Haul-a-Day

I got my orange HaD as part of the Kickstarter.com campaign. I was looking for a cargo bike to replace my car for short errands and was stoked to find one made in Eugene. What I didn't expect was a bike that's so much fun to ride!My HaD recently carried 30 lbs of dog food, 24 canning jars and 12 rolls of toilet paper and more, in one run. With its 20" wheels, the load stays low so the bike doesn't sway back and forth when you stand on the pedals, and it gets rolling really easily.I've enjoyed fine-tuning the fit with the highly adjustable frame and figuring the best ways to carry different loads. I now have two Ortlieb panniers for our rainy winter weather on one side and the HaD sling on the other, with a cooler bag stashed inside for quick grocery runs. So far, so good. There are very few things I'd change about this bike, and it's definitely working to keep my car cold and lonely. Thanks, Bike Friday!

by Shane MacRhodes, 20 year cargo bike user and papa to three on Haul-A-Day

The Haul-a-Day is a phenomenal cargo bike! It's versatile, lightweight, heavy-duty, and fun to ride. I love the low step over height, large cargo capacity, small/strong wheels, solid kickstand, adjustable size, transit/rack compatibility, ability to carry kids of all ages, and lots of other little things. If I had to get rid of all but one of my bikes (heaven forbid), the HaD would be the one left. I use it to commute, run errands, bike tour, and go on joy rides. The world needs more Haul-a-Days. (Two hopes for improvement are high quality bags and then more "family components" easily available to the marketplace: bars, hoopties, racks, basket options, straps, Piccolo attachment, tow-a-biker attachment, etc.)

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