the way
we experiment

the triolab

We love to challenge ourselves and have an insatiable curiosity to discover and push boundaries within the cargo bike industry. This is why we’ve created a unique space dedicated to play, to questions, experimentation, big ambitions and dreams. We call this the Triolab. Here we try out ideas that are new, daring and, if we must be honest, sometimes a little crazy.

Discoveries in the Triolab can also trickle down into our product range to benefit the entire Triobike community. For example, we integrated brake and gear cables into the frame to not only protect them and make them last longer with less maintenance, but to also create a more aesthetic design overall. Never satisfied, we’ve already moved on to our next project — designing a totally new kind of cargo bike with new and innovative materials. A bike without limits, where everything is possible. Stay tuned …

the way
we innovate


Innovation projects are what fuel our passion and drive us forward. We are never happy with what is, we are always looking for new frontiers in urban mobility. For us, thinking big is essential. Experimentation is key. And working tirelessly to craft the tiniest of details is a given. As a testament to this, we have created the Triolab. A unique space dedicated purely to play, to questions, experimentation, big ambitions and dreams.

the way
we collaborate


We are always open to interesting collaborations with like-minded people who share our passion for city biking and new ideas in urban mobility. This is how we grow and stay inspired. Previous collaborations have been with Royal Copenhagen, Cycling Without Age, LéLé, Rotzau and Cometa amongst others. We look forward to many more.

triobike cargo TT

We wanted to build a lighter cargo bike. In fact, we wanted to build the lightest cargo bike in the world. The result? A piece of cargo bike art: The Triobike cargo TT. A beautiful piece of engineering and the lightest cargo bikes in the world, thanks to its 100% carbon fiber frame. Our in-house engineer spent over 650 hours carefully hand-crafting and fine-tuning every detail. This work was not commissioned, but was fueled by our passion and persistent curiosity.

Triobike CARGO TT – Carbon
Hand-crafted in Copenhagen
frame 5.960 g / total 13.382 g

triobike & Cycloon

In March 2017, triobike began an exciting collaboration with Dutch Post and Bike Courier company, Cycloon, in Amsterdam. Cycloon are the biggest bike courier company in Europe, delivering cargo in ten cities every day with around 250 bike couriers! With this many deliveries, they wanted to find an even cleaner, faster and more affordable solution for inner cities.

We were happy to take up this challenge and created the brand new triobike cargo big. The cargo big has a 24cm longer loading deck with an additional 30% more space than our regular cargo – meaning every fourth load is basically free! This innovation, together with our new cargo big accessories, lets messengers not only carry bigger deliveries, but all kinds of odd shapes and sizes as well! This inner-city delivery revolution is good for business and great for our planet – a big win-win for all!

The triobike cargo big saves delivery companies like Cycloon loads of time and money without compromising on speed, agility, riding pleasure or street style! Cycloon Founder and Director of Research and Development, Eddy te Rietstap, is pleased with the outcome of the collaboration: “The triobike cargo big answers many of our delivery and environmental needs. It is a great way to reduce traffic in inner cities and aligns perfectly with our company philosophy of sustainability and social good”.

triobike cargo c

Even if we all knew that the Triobike cargo was a pretty masculine cargo bike, we decided to try to transform it into something more delicate and graceful. The result is the Triobike cargo C: a one of a kind cargo bike that combines advanced engineering with well-crafted finishes in stylish materials like copper, leather and wood. The vintage-style bell, copper fenders and beautiful, leather Brooks seat exude style. And the old-school wooden cargo box with door and water-resistant cover ensure your cargo not only looks great, but also protects your goods in all circumstances.
Transport yourself back to the good old days whilst effortlessly delivering heavy loads anywhere in the city with the Triobike cargo C.

triobike cargo frame kit

Do you want to make your own version of the Triobike cargo?
The raw frame kit allows you to build up your own and personal version of the cargo. Lightweight and incredibly strong alloy frame and front fork, 2x FSA headsets, QR 15 mm axle, one piece steering rod, exchangeable dropouts, adjustable stem extender, QR seat clamp and kickstand.

Interested in ordering a Triobike cargo and cargo big frame kits?
To send us an email click here!

triobike mono R

The Triobike mono R is the fast and slick racing edition of our popular Triobike mono cargo bikes. The gears, crank set, brakes, seat, handlebar, seat post, tyres, rim, sprockets and spokes have all been stream-lined and refined for speed. Smile as you glide passed traffic jams on busy Monday mornings. City commuting has never been more fun!

triobike & Royal Copenhagen

The worlds of urban mobility and hand-painted Danish porcelain may not be the most obvious fit. But when we were invited to collaborate with Royal Copenhagen back in 2010, we grabbed the opportunity and felt extremely proud that such an iconic Danish brand would choose us to be the first brand in the world to collaborate with on a co-branding project. We quickly discovered we had a lot in common – appreciation for beauty, no compromise on quality and, of course, we’re both Danish.

Together we created a unique, hand-painted cargo bike – a mobile piece of objet d’art. This was also the first time Royal Copenhagen allowed any other brand to use their emblematic floral, blue-fluted decoration in a design. We were honoured. The Royal Copenhagen Triobike was exhibited at the famous designer shop in Illums Bolighus in June 2010. It was a special moment to see our beautiful Triobike (affectionately named “teacup”) on display. Find out more about Royal Copenhagen here.

triobike & freedom to move

Urban mobility is not just for young, dynamic people living in cities. For us it has no age. Which is why we created our Taxi: a taxi bike that, thanks to its 90 cm wide front bench and removable footrest, can offer plenty of room for two adult passengers, and great accessibility to everyone. Triobike Taxi really allows everybody to live the trio way!

A Triobike taxi ride is a great way to build friendships, share stories and take lazy Sunday afternoon trips. Destinations are not fixed, times are relaxed and options are open. Freedom to move for elders, disabled and tourists… limited only by imagination.

Triobike Taxi is now riding in approx. 50 countries around the world (including Sweden, Norway, Finland, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium, Austria, Ireland, Scotland, Australia, Singapore, USA, Canada, Iceland and many others). Follow Triobike adventures on our Facebook page. Read more about our Taxi here.



triobike & Uniqlo

In December 2018, Triobike was contacted by the Japanese fashion brand Uniqlo for a collaboration prior to the launch of the first store in Denmark. With the aim to connect Japanese and Danish culture, famous bike brands were selected to be showcased in the new store as a tribute to the Danish design tradition. As both Triobike and Uniqlo share the same clean style and the ambition of creating high-quality products for a more sustainable future, we joined this fine opportunity.
From April to October 2019, a custom foiled Triobike Cargo was displayed in the Uniqlo flagship store, representing the Danish lifestyle Find out more about Uniqlo here.

triobike & the ecofleet

A passionate delegation from London contacted Triobike in the beginning of 2019. They wanted to look into sustainable transportation solution in London. Many dialogues and brainstorms ended out in “the ecofleet”: a mighty orange Cargo Big army in London. They opted for the Big because of the light, stiff and sturdy aluminum frame that delivers unique riding attributes even when the bike is fully loaded. Of course, they also loved the big volume and load capacity, that make the Cargo Big one of the most capable long john cargo bikes available in the market.
If you live in London, keep an eye or two open for these colorful rides that will appear on the streets! Find out more on ecofleet website.

triobike & danfoss

At Triobike we care about our planet and our mission is to move people from cars to cargo bikes, a more sustainable transportation solution. Luckily, there is a big movement going on: people are becoming more conscious about climate change and the impact of their lifestyle. By the way, to succeed in making real changes we need the big actors like governments, corporations, cities and so on to join the adventure.

At Triobike we are very happy that Copenhagen hosted the C40 Mayors Summit in October 2019: here the mayors from the 40 major cities of the world took the lead on climate change. Copenhagen is world famous for its efforts in reducing CO2 emissions, promoting a green lifestyle and its strong biking culture. Don’t forget we are the native capital of cargo bikes, too!

In relation to C40 Mayors Summit Danfoss, a Danish company that engineers technologies that empower the world of tomorrow to build a better future, was hosting its #ETtalks and chose our Triobike Taxi’s as its Drive Studio, a nice and clean way to bring the conversation outside the closed doors. We are honored to have been chosen to represent sustainable transportation at such important event!

The #ETtalks Drive studio has been the place where the interviews took place and where mayors and key partners worked together on solutions to make cities more sustainable. Top speakers got to share their vision and inspire the world of engineering to drive the sustainable transformation of tomorrow.

Danfoss’s #ETtalks is a global platform and series of events created to activate innovative thinking and solutions around climate and energy. Read more and see the interviews here.