Tagged with cargo bicycles

New frame colors inspired by Texas!

New frame colors inspired by Texas!

We’re are proud to live in our beautiful home state of Texas.  Our model names are inspired by people that are distinctively Oak Cliff, the area of Dallas, TX where we build our bicycles, and our powder coat names represent the natural beauty we think our state offers residents and visitors. After a recent trip … Continue reading

OCCB Featured in Our Local Media!

OCCB Featured in Our Local Media!

The reason we used the name of our local community as part of our business name wasn’t because we were simply trying to capitalize on the redevelopment and attention it’s now finally getting after so many years of obvious shaming by the rest of the city, but it was because we simply love to live … Continue reading

Cargo Bicycle Documentary:  Less Car More Go!

Cargo Bicycle Documentary: Less Car More Go!

We’re super pumped to help support Liz Canning’s crowd-sourced documentary, “Less Car More Go”!  We’re donating our best selling model, The Clyde, a truck box style bakfiet for the project.  Anyone who wants to make a pledge to the film will get their very own cargo bicycle!  If you’re ready to donate, click on the … Continue reading

Meet the Stevie:  the speedy delivery boy!

Meet the Stevie: the speedy delivery boy!

He’s got style, he’s got speed.  Two attributes any business is looking for when wanting to deliver their product in a unique but traditional way.  The Stevie is our custom delivery model for short or medium distance light-weight delivery.  If you’re a business wanting to offer a delivery program, the Stevie will market your product … Continue reading

Meet the Yvonne:  the bicycle barista!

Meet the Yvonne: the bicycle barista!

She can whip you up a Cortado or double Espresso just about anywhere she goes, grinding the espresso beans, frothing the milk, and serving it up for you in a nice saucer cup.  The Yvonne is a front-loading, three-wheeled cargo bicycle bringing your local espresso/coffee shop, or lunch counter to any corner block in the … Continue reading