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Old 03-16-19, 12:17 PM
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Xtracycle accessory compatibility

Ive been riding a xtracycle free radical conversion of one type or another for 6 or 7 years now and were ready to move up to a purpose built bike. Were looking at the Yuba sweet curry or the Xtracycle whatevertheycallit.

We already have a deck, panniers and a yepp maxi with the mounting kit for the Xtracycle. Will any of that work with the Yuba?

Thats gonna be a big deciding factor I think.
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Ask at their website yet?
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Old 03-19-19, 08:18 AM
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don't know, but as another place to ask there's a cargo bike facebook group. i'm writing this and now can't think of it's name, but it shouldn't be hard to find. cargo bike is in the name.

edit: took a quick look. "cargo bike republic"
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Is there some reason you just dont buy a Surley Big Dummy? You know all your accessories will plug right in.
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The Yuba Mundo can handle the most weight. I believe the Big Dummy and the Extracycle cycle can have a GVW of around 400lbs and the Yuba Mundo GVW is around 700lbs.
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Originally Posted by Rick View Post
The Yuba Mundo can handle the most weight. I believe the Big Dummy and the Extracycle cycle can have a GVW of around 400lbs and the Yuba Mundo GVW is around 700lbs.
Yuba Mundo payload is only 400 LBS see the link;
https://yubabikes.com/cargobikestore...SABEgI0pvD_BwE
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