The Cero One, a Modular, Electric Cargo Bike Based on Japanese Utility Bicycles

Take a trip to virtually any region of Japan and you’ll see plenty of mamachari; translated as “mom’s bike,” mamachari are no-frills utility bicycles with a handy basket used as grocery getters, kiddie haulers and commuter vehicles.

The Cero One is a cargo bike that takes its inspiration from the mamachari. It doesn’t look like a cargo bike; the only giveaway is the extra-large rear wheel. But kitted out with a series of modular baskets and rackets, the Cero One offers a 12-way modular cargo system–and an electric motor, giving you up to 93 miles of range.

“Our goal was to design and build a modern version of the Japanese ‘Mamachari,’ a practical utility bike that could be used by almost anyone as a replacement for a car in their daily lives,” said Kiyoshi Iwai, founder of CERO.

“The CERO One allows urban dwellers to do almost anything they’d do in a car, but more quickly and efficiently. A powerful electric motor and wide range of accessories make the bike perfect for getting around town as well as carrying almost anything, whether that’s groceries, pizza for delivery or precious cargo. I even take my surfboard to the beach near our office in Santa Monica with CERO One.”

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