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Old 11-21-11, 04:31 PM
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Lets see a photo of your Yuba Mundo.

I love my Yuba Mundo cargo bike.... I paid $300 for mine two years ago...used.

Its a 1st generation Yuba Mundo v.1.1 I think they were first built in the mid 2000's for "give away" to developing countries in Africa.

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Nice pics of your Mundo... are there lots of mundo's in Japan? Seems like a good bike to own, in the city. I like how the Yuba Mundo company is "giving back"...in Africa. Here's a link about Yuba Mundo donating bikes in Tnazania. Now if they could do the same for our inter cities here in the good old USA. http://yubaride.com/1214

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Nice pics of your Mundo... are there lots of mundo's in Japan? Seems like a good bike to own, in the city. I like how the Yuba Mundo company is "giving back"...in Africa. Here's a link about Yuba Mundo donating bikes in Tnazania. Now if they could do the same for our inter cities here in the good old USA. http://yubaride.com/1214

I seriously think I might have the only Mundo in Japan. Although, in so many ways it is perfect for the city, most people in cities here wouldn't have space to store it. On the other hand, there are more buildings here with dedicated bike parking than in the states, so maybe Yuba should push the marketing here a bit more. I get a gazillion questions from people who are interested in it.
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Originally Posted by owenfinn View Post
I seriously think I might have the only Mundo in Japan. Although, in so many ways it is perfect for the city, most people in cities here wouldn't have space to store it. On the other hand, there are more buildings here with dedicated bike parking than in the states, so maybe Yuba should push the marketing here a bit more. I get a gazillion questions from people who are interested in it.
Wow, Mr owen, lots of small wheeled bikes and folding bikes in Japan... I looked at your "Bikes in Japan" flickr page. I also liked the one cargo bike with trailer. That person had a load on his trailer!
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I think that Yuba is giving away a bike right now to someone in the US who does community service. I'm nominating my friend Jeremiah.
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I think that Yuba is giving away a bike right now to someone in the US who does community service. I'm nominating my friend Jeremiah.
http://yubaride.com/1252
Wow, that's great!!! Hope your friend gets the bike.
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My photos are too big it seems but we're rocking a v4 Mundo. It's our minivan! www.tinyhelmetsbigbikes.com
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