Published on December 2nd, 2020 |
by Sponsored Content
December 2nd, 2020 by Sponsored Content
Denton, Texas: For families with one to two kids, The Coupe has just launched, an elegant cargo trike with a slim profile that fits through any standard doorway. The new partnership between the Texas company and the Netherlands’ Soci.Bike will deliver a sophisticated electric cargo bike of Dutch design directly to front doors across North America and be reinforced by Bunch’s* brand of genuine, human-powered customer service.
“This is a bike people will be proud to own, and tell people where it’s from,” says Bunch Founder Aaron Powell. “Like a classic car, this is a prized possession people will cherish for years and years.”
The Coupe touts:
- The first and only cargo trike on the market with an Expanded Polypropylene (EPP) cargo box: the same lightweight, impact-resistant material used in infant car seats.
- A Bafang M400 mid-motor delivering 80Nm of torque, making the bike extremely responsive on hills while hauling kids or cargo (or dogs).
- A Nuvinci Hub with stepless automatic shifting which allows the bike to shift through an infinite number of gears completely on its own, which frees riders to place their focus back on the world that surrounds them.
- A 31.5” width, enabling this cargo bike to easily slip through any standard sized doorway.
The Coupe will retail for $5999 and is available now for discounted preorder in the United States. Bikes begin shipping in February 2021. For full specs and discount packages, visit www.bunchbike.com/products/
About Bunch Bikes: Bunch Bikes is the leading manufacturer of family cargo trikes in North America and based out of Denton, TX. The company believes families come first and focuses on taking care of employees and designing family-friendly products.
*This press release is supported by Bunch Bikes.
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