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Cargo Bikes, Delivery & Cargo Bicycles For Sale

What makes Worksman the leader in cargo bikes, delivery cycles for business? The Industry’s broadest selection combined with legendary “Worksman Tough” construction! For over 100 years, Worksman has been the choice for delivery cycles by large fleets or single store operators.

1. Designed from the “ground up” for industrial/commercial use: Recreational grade cycles will never stand-up to the rigors of constant use. So, every Worksman is built for business: 2x thick clincher style rims, 16 gauge hand-welded steel frames, 3/16” chains and sprockets and one-piece forged cranks are just some of the features that make Worksman the “Toughest Cycles on Earth.”

2. More Models: Worksman offers a full range of cycle solutions: Traditional and “Truck” style bicycles, rear-load and front-load tricycles, quadcycles and pushcarts. Whatever you deliver, Worksman has a cycles for you with payloads up to 600 lbs!

3. Made in America: Worksman Cycles have been made in America since 1898. We use traditional and costly construction techniques to make every cycle we manufacture live up to a “Worksman Tough” standards.

4. More Options and Accessories: Your business is unique, so why settle for “off the shelf” solutions. With Worksman you can choose from the industry’s broadest selection of cargo handling, performance, safety, comfort and graphic choices.

5. Availability of Parts: A delivery cycle which is out of service awaiting parts means lost revenue and possibly lost customers. That’s why Worksman keeps over 100,000 parts in inventory so we can get your cycle “back in the game” and making money for your business.

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