Local Heroes

Meet our Local Heroes

Cargo bikes are used every day by thousands of individuals all over Europe. Individuals who found in cargo bikes a great tool to make their everyday errands simpler and more efficient. At CCCB (CityChangerCargoBike) we call these individuals Local Heroes.

Everyone can ride a cargo bike! Thanks to their great versatility, cargo bikes are ideal for a wide set of tasks, ranging from family logistics to running efficient and successful businesses.These individuals act as agents of change in local communities and introduce new people to the world of cargo bikes.

Do you have a cargo bike business, run your family errands on a cargo bike or use it for any other creative purpose? Contact us (a.reibold@ecf.com) to become a local hero and share your cargo bike story!

Local Hero Amor

Local Hero - Amor Mistiaen

Amor is 28 years old and runs a thriving local business; he sells and repairs bicycles! But not just in any repair shop. At the age of twenty, Amor started his business, Velofixer, with no shop or warehouse to store bicycles and pieces. He only had a cargo bike.

Local Hero - Barbara Bär

Local Hero - Barbara Bär

Barbara is a mother of two children, 42 years old, and works as a translator in Brussels. Six years ago, she decided to exchange her family car for a cargo bike. With no regrets!

Challenge N2 with a Riese & Müller CargoBike Load75

Challenge N2 with a Riese & Muller CargoBike Load75

CCCB Partner, Camara Municipal de Lisboa, is collaborating in a local hero event that will start at the end of this month, November 25-December 01.

It will take place as a roadshow mixed with exciting cultural and sportif events.


Veloccino - A Tasty Experience on a Cargo Bike

Florianne and Carlos, two young entrepreneurs from Belgium and Mexico, made use of the numerous ways to customize cargo bikes and with a bit of creativity turned it into a local start-up. Two years ago, they founded Veloccino, an eco-friendly coffee-bike business.